FWP Information: Parks and Out of doors Recreation Board, Fish and Wildlife Fee to satisfy December 20

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HELEN – The Montana Parks and Outdoor Recreation Board and the Fish and Wildlife Commission both meet December 20 at the Montana State Capitol. Each will hold a separate meeting as well as a brief joint meeting.

The Parks and Outdoor Recreation Board meets on December 20 at 8:30 am. The joint Parks and Outdoor Recreation Board and Fish and Wildlife Commission will begin at 9 a.m., and the Fish and Wildlife Commission will hold its meeting beginning at 9:30 a.m. Sessions will be held in Room 317 of the Montana State Capitol. The meetings will be streamed live via MPAN, YouTube and Zoom.

Public comments on items on the agenda are accepted during the meetings. Those wishing to comment via Zoom must register on the Fish, Wildlife & Parks website fwp.mt.gov by noon on December 19. The public can also comment in person at any FWP regional office.

The agenda is as follows:

Parks and Outdoor Recreation Board

  • Call-to-order, board reports etc.
  • Renewal of the land acquisition and transfer policy

Joint meeting with the Fish and Wildlife Commission and the Parks and Recreation Board

  • FWP legislation and budget

Fish and Wildlife Commission order call

  • Approval of the minutes of the October committee meeting
  • Commission Expense Approval
  • Commissioner reports
  • Report of the Board of Directors

fishing

  • Certified Commercial Bait Seining Waters, 2023-24

wildlife

  • Adjustments to the Big Game Regulations 2022 for the 2023 season
  • City of Lewistown Urban Deer Management Plan

land and water

  • Rock Creek (Paradise Valley) water rights lease
  • Big Lake WMA Supplement

legal

  • Lake Five Rulemaking Petition

Parks and Outdoor Recreation

  • Commercial Use Permit Fee Renewal – Fishing Access Points and Wildlife Management Areas
  • Madison River Work Group Recommendation Scope Results

Public comment on items not on this agenda

FWP ensures its meetings are fully accessible to people with special needs. To request agreements, call FWP at 406-444-3186. For full agendas, background information on planned topics and public comments, visit the Parks and Outdoor Recreation Board website and the Fish and Wildlife Commission website.

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