I think it is critical that if you have an opinion about what is being proposed for Flathead Lake “Fish Management”, you go to this meeting and voice it. I would also bring along a prepared statement and personally hand it to the Chairperson, and also have a copy to give to the press.
This is an excellent opportunity for those responsible to the state as well as the tribe to hear you.
Its next Wednesday and as the agenda states, they will be discussing Tribal Projects- Past “Accomplishments” and Future “Projects”…
I’d like to see you there.
FLATHEAD RESERVATION FISH AND WILDLIFE BOARD TO MEET
WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 IN POLSON
The Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board will meet on Wednesday, May 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Natural Resources Department Main Office in Polson. The Main Office is located at 301 Main Street.
The agenda includes discussion of pheasant and Gray Partridges seasons and Tribal projects and accomplishments. Board Chairman Whisper Camel-Means invites the public to attend and ask questions or express their views. The full agenda is listed below:
6:30 pm Call Meeting to Order
Review / Approval Prior Meeting Minutes
7:00 pm Pheasant & Partridge Season DRAFT
7:30 pm Tribal Projects
- Past Accomplishments
- Future Projects
8:20 pm Spring Field Trip Planning – sponsored by the Tribes
8:30 pm New Business / Adjourn
The Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board includes three state members, three CSKT members, and one member from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Board was established pursuant to the State/Tribal agreement on managing fish and waterfowl within the boundaries of the Flathead Indian Reservation.