EIS Public Meeting

February 10, 2001

Snow King Resort

Jackson, Wyoming

PLANNING PROCESS

Logistics:

-Statewide

-Region

-Publicity

-Jackson - where action is

-All day - travel, enough time

-Vary - day, evenings, weekday, weekend

-Between meeting contacts

-Public informal meetings

-Recap meetings

Information:

-Available winter and summer habitat

-Vaccination efficiency

-Overlay of bison/elk and cattle distributions

-What available habitat is being used?

-EIS boundary

Process:

-Current habitat condition and trends - goals for future (by measurable criteria)

 

Format:

-Divide and conquer - small groups

-Public discussion/disclosure/Q&A after each speaker

-Ask questions

-Triggering thought processes

-Time- more for discussion, but limit it, too - known beforehand

-Panel discussions with Q&A

-Maximize feedback among participants (tribal perspective)

-3/10 bring all issues from 2/10 to be discussed as a whole

-Symposia

-Small groups focused on single issue

-Could be informal meetings

-To take back to larger group

-Come up with solutions

Influence:

-Determine how to be weighed

-Local part of planning team

Misc:

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