The meeting, which is open to the public, will feature induction of new member Mark Azure of Harlem, who serves as director of the Fort Belknap Tribal Fish & Wildlife Department; an update on the statewide fisheries management plan; reviews of the 2012 hunting seasons and pending legislative bills; an update on Region 6 lands projects; a presentation on predicted 2013 water levels and their potential impact on Fort Peck Reservoir fisheries; and a member roundtable discussion. Time for public comment is reserved at the beginning of the meeting.
Each of FWP’s seven administrative regions has a volunteer CAC to help guide policies and programs. The Region 6 group, which has 13 members, meets three times a year. FWP ensures that all of its meetings are fully accessible to those with a disability. Individuals with special needs may request arrangements by contacting 406-228-3700.
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