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Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Region 4 is seeking four new members for the Region 4 Citizen Advisory Council (CAC).

The CAC is a general advisory committee that meets three to four times a year to work with FWP on all issues and programs. Citizen advisors serve in a voluntary capacity with meals and travel expenses provided for a four-year term.

The meetings, open to the public, are held around the region and generally are devoted to two or three main topics, though citizen advisors come to meetings prepared to discuss the whole breadth of FWP business.

Applicants will be asked to provide an overview of their interests and involvement in natural resource issues.

People are welcome to apply from throughout FWP’s Region 4, especially from Meagher County, the Rocky Mountain Front and the Lewistown area.

To obtain an application, call FWP at 454-5840, email Bruce Auchly at, or write to the Region 4 headquaters: FWP, 4600 Giant Springs Road, Great Falls, MT 59405

Applications must be received by FWP by Sept. 15. A panel of FWP managers and current CAC members will select the new members.

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