State Parks & Wildlife to Stage Montrose Meeting to Garner Input on Future

Aug 6th @ 10:21 am in News by Scott Staley

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(Montrose, CO)

 

It’s been 2-years since the Division of State Parks and the Division of Wildlife merged into one agency and now the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife is charting its way forward and wants to hear from local residents.  State Parks Public Participation Manager Dave Chadwick says officials will hold a meeting in Montrose on August 15th at the agency’s Field Office and will gather input from outdoor recreationists to identify the common-ground between various and versatile users of state managed lands and wildlife.

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Chadwick adds that the Montrose meeting will be an open forum that allows Western Slope residents to address any questions, concerns, or ideas they have for charting the future of Colorado State Parks and Wildlife management.

 

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The state agency will conduct similar meeting throughout the state for the duration of summer and gather as much input as possible from residents in different geographic regions.