PENDLETON — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced it will host another wolf plan meeting on Tuesday in Pendleton.
The meeting is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Oxford Inn and Suites, 2400 S.W. Court Place, and professional facilitator Deb Nudelman will lead the meeting, which is about the wolf plan review and update. The state’s Fish and Wildlife Commission earlier this year postponed the final adoption of the plan to conduct more outreach to get more consensus from stakeholders.
The meeting’s top objective is to “strive for alignment on non-lethal deterrence plan proposals,” according to the agenda.
ODFW invited stakeholders “deeply involved” with the update to attend. The meeting also will be open to the public, though seating is limited. And the state is holding the public comment period at the meeting to 10 minutes, according to the announcement, from 3:30-3:40 p.m.
“No formal decisions or rule modifications will be made during the facilitated meeting,” according to the announcement, but the state will incorporate information from this and future meetings into the wolf plan update for the wildlife commission to adopt at a future date.
To see the meeting agenda, visit https://bit.ly/2Boj3hi.