Acquisition and development of the Stevensville Bridge fishing access site is one of the items on the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission's agenda when it meets on Aug. 9 at FWP Headquarters in Helena.
The commission will also make final decisions on: a memorandum of understanding between FWP and USDI-Bureau of Reclamation – Freezout Lake WMA; Nevada Lake WMA forest habitat enhancement project; HD 214 elk B license adjustment; nongame check-off workplan; permanent access assignment to FWP for Dry Cottonwood Creek and Deer Lodge River Ranches, in Region 2; and the Big Creek instream flow water rights lease agreement.
The commission will proposals on: the brucellosis proposed 2019 annual work plan; new administrative rule for grizzly bear demographic objectives for the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem; the Robb-Ledford WMA aspen enhancement project; and the Missouri River and Toston fishing access site closure rule.
The agenda also includes final decisions on the 2018/2019 furbearer and trapping seasons and 2018 quotas, Reservoir Creek beaver transplant, and Future Fisheries Improvement Program summer 2018 projects.
The commission meeting starts at 8:30 a.m. and will be streamed live via video to all FWP regional offices. The meeting will also be audio streamed online at fwp.mt.gov.
For the full agenda and background on the scheduled topics, go to the FWP website at fwp.mt.gov; under “Quick Links” click “Commission.”