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Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study Meeting
Midwest Region, April 21, 2010
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Project Leader Tracy Hill and Branch Chief for Missouri River Studies Wyatt Doyle traveled to St. Joseph on 8 March to attend the Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study Interim Review of Draft Situation Assessment. 

The purpose for the meeting was to allow the Corps to determine how to best design and implement consultation with Tribes and public involvement for the Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study. 

The Osprey Group, a third party neutral hired to conduct the assessment, reported on the results of interviews and focus groups that had been conducted across the Missouri River basin.  Based on feedback from the interviews and focus groups

The Osprey Group shared their thoughts on how the Corps could best move forward with the Authorized Purposes Study to incorporate input from all interested stakeholders.  Approximately 70 individuals were present at the meeting to provide comments about the Situation Assessment Findings and to make recommendations on how the Corps should conduct the Authorized Purposes Study.

Contact Info: Tracy Hill, 573-234-2132 x102, tracy_hill@fws.gov



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