Nov. 25—The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 1 Citizen Advisory Committee will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28 at the FWP office in Kalispell.
The 18-member committee typically meets five or six times a year in Kalispell to discuss a variety of fish, wildlife, natural resource, and outdoor recreation issues in northwest Montana.
At the Nov. 28 meeting, citizen advisors will receive a presentation on the agency's priorities for the upcoming Legislative session and discuss with local lawmakers who are invited to the meeting.
The citizen committee is a general advisory committee that provides input and feedback to FWP on diverse issues, from wildlife and fisheries management to access, state parks, outdoor recreation and law enforcement.
The committee is designed to have a membership that represents a variety of northwest Montana communities and natural resource interests.
FWP has these committees in every region of the state, and all meetings are open to the public.
Learn more at https://fwp.mt.gov/aboutfwp/commission-councils-committees.