First “Talk Shop with Idaho Fish and Game” gathering will be held on January 17 in Coeur d’Alene
By Moosetrack Megan

Posted: January 15, 2024

Members of the public are encouraged to attend for free food and drinks and to mingle with Fish and Game staff from the Panhandle Region

The first of four “Talk Shop with Idaho Fish and Game” gatherings will take place on Jan. 17 in Coeur d’Alene. The gathering will be held from 6-8 p.m. at Lake City Center (1916 N Lakewood Drive, 83814).

Anyone from the public is encouraged to attend. Free food and soft drinks will be provided, and folks who attend can expect to hear a ten-minute presentation about a topic of interest followed by plenty of time to mingle with staff and have conversations about questions, concerns or ideas they may have.

Talk Shop gatherings are quite different from and more conversational than many other Fish and Game meetings folks may be used to. In addition, Talk Shop gatherings are not part of the season setting or management planning processes. Quite simply, the intent of Talk Shop gatherings is for Fish and Game staff to listen to and get to know the hunters, anglers, trappers and wildlife enthusiasts they serve – which is all of you.

Many Fish and Game staff from the Panhandle Region will be there on Jan. 17, and they look forward to seeing many of you!

Please contact the Panhandle Regional office at (208) 769-1414 if you have any questions or would like to learn more about Talk Shop with Idaho Fish and Game.

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