Posted Monday, 29 November 2010 08:20
DWR seeks input about proposed plan
A plan that will guide how black bears are managed in Utah for the next 12 years is available for review.
Photo by Ron Stewart©
You can read the proposed plan at wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings.
The following are among the plan's highlights:
The new plan would eliminate these three factors. In their place, the key factors would be:
A 10-member group called the Utah Black Bear Advisory Committee compiled the new plan. The committee's members are listed at the start of the plan.
Learn more, share your ideas
After you've reviewed the plan at wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings, you can let your Regional Advisory Council members know your thoughts by attending your upcoming RAC meeting or by sending an e-mail to them.
RAC chairmen will share the input they receive with members of the Utah Wildlife Board. The board will meet in Salt Lake City on Jan. 4 to approve the plan.
Dates, times and locations for the RAC meetings are as follows:
You can also provide your comments to your RAC via e-mail. E-mail addresses for your RAC members are available at wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings.
The group each RAC member represents (sportsman, non-consumptive, etc.) is listed under each person's e-mail address. You should direct your e-mail to the people on the RAC who represent your interest.
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