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Proposed Land Acquisition for Fort Owen State Park--Decision Notice
As part of this proposal, FWP also would abandon public access to a portion of a road easement along a shared private road that also accesses a private ranch. FWP proposes to acquire this land with the intention of providing additional public access and developing a parking lot for visitors to the State Park. Upon completion of the public involvement process and by inclusion of the amendment and information noted in this Decision Notice, FWP accepts the draft environmental assessment (EA) as final. FWP will request approval for the acquisition at the regular Montana State Parks and Recreation Board meeting, scheduled for September 17 via Zoom. This meeting is open to the public. (See the Montana State Parks webpage [under “Montana State Parks & Recreation Board”] for the meeting agenda, including details of how to participate via Zoom.)
(Recent Public Notices - 09/14/2020)

Salmon Lake State Park Forest Health Improvement Project—Draft EA
Montana State Parks of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, seeks public review of its proposal to conduct forest management treatments on approximately 30 acres of its 42-acre Salmon Lake State Park, located in Region 2 FWP in Missoula County.
(Recent Public Notices - 08/28/2020)
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Land and Water Conservation Fund Program Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Grant Applications
(Helena, MT) – Montana State Parks ( is seeking public comment on proposed Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) program grant awards for the latest grant cycle which closed in February 2019.
(Recent Public Notices - 08/28/2020)
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FWP seeks public comment on proposed fishing dock project at Black Sandy State Park
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comments on a proposal to construct a short concrete sidewalk compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act criteria for access to floating ADA fishing dock at Black Sandy State Park. Construction on the dock will occur from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31, 2020. To view the environmental assessment, visit Public comment will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Sept. 5, 2020.
(Recent Public Notices - 08/06/2020)

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