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DNR & Conservation Congress Spring Hearings April 9, 2012

A message from Wisconsin DNR Land Division Administrator Kurt Thiede and Conservation Congress Chairman Rob Bohmann on the 2012 DNR & Conservation Congress “Spring Hearings”

While the early, warm weather has certainly given a jump start on spring, it’s also a great reminder that the 2012 Spring Hearings are just around the corner.  Please see our personal invitation to you, available at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4kfm-vkMXM&list=UUXxmfKh4WwJuw0eCEC6LQ9w&feature=plcp

As in years past, DNR staff and the Wisconsin Conservation Congress are once again hosting their annual Spring Hearings this April 9th.  There is a meeting in every county, so you can find the one nearest you to attend.

These meetings are your opportunity to voice your opinion on a variety of natural resource topics – from hunting and fishing rules, to recycling and burning permits – or to introduce an idea of your own by submitting a citizen resolution.  You’ll have the chance to ask questions or comment on the questions presented, and to submit your opinion by ballot.  Your comments will help both the Department and the Conservation Congress shape the future of resource management in the state.

Local DNR wardens and wildlife and fisheries staff will be on hand to answer questions, as will your local Conservation Congress county delegation. So come with your questions and comments, or consider becoming involved in the Conservation Congress by running for a county delegate.  It’s never been easier to voice your opinion or to get involved.

And something new this year, the Conservation Congress will be hosting “town hall meeting” discussions following the hearings. This is an added opportunity for you to comment on how the Department can simplify its rules and regulations and how it can make it easier for folks to get involved in outdoor activities.

For a list of the locations of the upcoming Spring Hearings or to submit comments on the DNR advisory questions, go to our homepage dnr.wi.gov and search Spring Hearings.

Thanks for being part of the Wisconsin conservation tradition.

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