This draft Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for public review regarding a proposal to develop a campground host pad, pave a single vehicle camping space, develop two tent camp sites and accompanying single vehicle parking spaces, and develop additional single vehicle parking spaces in the day use parking area at the Craig Fishing Access Site. Development of the campground host pad is proposed in a location that currently does not support a campground site and therefore development of the new campground host pad will not reduce current camp site capacity.
The enclosed Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to grant approval to the City of Bozeman (City) to construct a new Manley Ditch stormwater outfall within the FWP Cherry River Fishing Access site.
FWP proposes to enter into a 7-year Cooperative Habitat Management Lease Agreement with the O. W. Potter Jr. Exemption Trust (PET).
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks (FWP) has an opportunity to partner with Musselshell County for a no-cost leased fishing access site near Roundup MT on the Musselshell River.
The State of Montana Fish Guidance Board, which includes Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) and the Departments of Environmental Quality (DEQ), and Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS), has updated the fish consumption guidance for all species of fish on a 148-mile stretch of the Clark Fork River and tributaries in western Montana in response to new research results
Montana State Parks (MSP), a division of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP), proposes to add a turn around and parking lot at the west entrance to Rosebud Battle State Park.