With today’s announcement of the extension, the new deadline for public comments is June 5, 2015.
Restoration work associated with this project would include removing on-stream fish barriers, reconstructing stream channels, improving fish passage conditions at roadway crossings, and restoring and enhancing riparian and floodplain functions associated with Pleasant Valley Creek. To facilitate restoration actions, a portion of Pleasant Valley Road would be relocated.
The project is being carried out in conjunction with the Federal Highways Administration, Flathead County, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
Copies of the EA can be obtained in three ways:
In person: 58355 Bison Range Rd., Moiese, Montana 59824
By Mail: Request hard copies by mail by calling (406) 644-2211 or email@example.com.
Interested persons may provide written comments on the draft EA by letter, fax, or email. All comments must be emailed or postmarked by June 5, 2015 to be considered. Methods for submission include:
Mail: Dean Vaughan, Biologist, National Bison Range Complex, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 58355 Bison Range Rd., Moiese, Montana 59824
Fax: 406-644-2661 Attn: Dean Vaughan, Biologist
Original news release: http://www.fws.gov/mountain-prairie/pressrel/2015/05052015_Lost-Trail-National-Wildlife-Refuge-Hosts-Open-House.php.
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