From: Jeff King, Project Leader National Bison Range Complex: 406-644-2211, ext. 204; or Lynn Verlanic, Acting Refuge Manager Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge: 406-858-2286.
For Immediate Release (see below):
National Bison Range Complex to hold an open house to allow comments on the McGregor Meadows Waterfowl Production Area, Stream and Wetland Restoration Project draft Environmental Assessment
On June 7, 2012 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold a meeting to hear comments from the public on the draft McGregor Meadows Waterfowl Production Area Stream and Wetland Restoration Project Environment Assessment (EA). The meeting will be held between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. at the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks office in Kalispell, Mt. The public will have an opportunity to offer their comments, which will be collected and presented to the planning team for consideration in the final Environmental Assessment. For directions to this meeting place, please call the refuge headquarters at (406) 858-2286.
The EA may be viewed on-line at www.fws.gov/losttrail. Copies of the document may be obtained at the refuge office at 58355 Bison Range Rd., Moiese, Montana 59824, or you can request copies by calling the refuge office at (406) 644-2211 or emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you cannot attend this open house, you may still provide written comments on this document by letter, fax, or email. All comments must be emailed or postmarked by June 17, 2012 to be considered.
Email: email@example.com (8 MB PDF)
Postal Mail: Jeff King, Project Leader, National Bison Range Complex, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 58355 Bison Range Rd., Moiese, Montana 59824
Fax: 406-644-2661 Attn: Jeff King, Project Leader
We look forward to visiting with the public and hearing your thoughts on this planning effort and resulting draft document.
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View the Draft Environmental Assessment (8 MB PDF)