BLM sets public meetings on Missouri Breaks plan
June 6, 2002
Efforts to create a management plan are proceeding for a controversial national monument in the Upper Missouri River Breaks.
The Bureau of Land Management has scheduled 11 public meetings to present information and collect ideas for a permanent plan to manage the resources of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument.
"It's to go ahead and kind of define what the different stakeholders see as issues in this management plan," said Craig Flentie, spokesman for the BLM field office in Lewistown.
The meetings include sessions in Big Sandy on July 10, Havre on July 15, Chinook on July 16...