Written by The Herald-News
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking applicants to fill four volunteer positions on the Region 6 Citizens Advisory Council.
The advisory council meets three times a year at the Fort Peck Hatchery and provides input and guidance to FWP on a diverse array of issues — from wildlife and fisheries management to access, outdoor recreation and law enforcement. Members can serve for up to two consecutive three-year terms, and meals and travel expenses are provided.
Applicants are now being sought to fill four vacancies created by members completing first or final terms. Candidates from across Region 6 — including the
Scobey and Plentywood area — are encouraged to apply.
Applicants will be asked to provide an overview of their interests and involvement in natural resource issues and to write a few sentences on why they are interested in serving on the committee.
Completed applications must be received by Aug. 9.
Successful applicants should be prepared to attend their first meeting on Sept. 10.