THE AGFC will unveil the new Tailwater Management Plan proposals at a public meeting tomorrow night in Mountain Home.
AGFC trout biologist Christy Graham said the proposals has been developed after the first public meeting on August 3.
At the workshop we will be presenting possible management options that were developed after obtaining public input at the August 3rd meeting and considering it along with all other forms of input and data we have collected.
We believe the options we will be presenting balance the interests of all stakeholders and the tailwaters and trout themselves. There will be time for questions/comments about the different options we will be presenting.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, I will send out a list of the options after the meeting and you will have time to provide me with your input.
The second workshop will be held this Thursday, August 24th, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center in Convention Center Rooms A and B. The center is located on the ASU Mountain Home campus.