The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will meet via teleconference at 9 a.m. (MDT) May 14.
The Commission is scheduled to consider directing of funds for the Wolf Depredation Control Board, approving three property transactions, and whether to move forward with rule making after receiving petitions to allow lighted nocks for archery hunting and to require signage near traps. The Commission will also receive various updates from Fish and Game staff.
In accordance with the Governor's orders regarding COVID-19, public will not be allowed to attend the May meeting in person, but may listen in or watch the teleconference remotely:
Online event address for attendees: https://idfg.webex.com/idfg/onstage/g.php?MTID=e805f3c45a4ddca5e6899dc09...
Event number: 962 371 254
Event password: meeting
Audio conference: +1-408-418-9388
Access code: 962-371-254
There will be no opportunity for in-person attendance or public comment or questions during the meeting.
People should note that there will not be a public hearing prior to the May 14 meeting. However, to allow continued public involvement during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in lieu of a public hearing, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission is taking public comments for the meeting via email.
The comment period is currently open and runs through midnight (MDT), May 6. Individual emails have been set up to take comments related to each petition for rulemaking the commission received, with a third email address set up for anything other comments about anything else related to the Commission’s May agenda or other Fish and Game matters.
The email addresses are: