LANCASTER – Grant County sportsmen and women are reminded that the Department of Natural Resources’ spring conservation hearing on Monday evening, April 13, has moved to a new location.
The hearing, scheduled for 7:00 p.m. will be held at the Lancaster High School Auditorium, 806 East Elm St., Lancaster The annual gathering was held last year at the Grant County Youth & Ag Building, Lancaster.
Held simultaneously in each Wisconsin county, the hearings give residents their annual opportunity to vote on DNR proposed fish and wildlife management rule changes. Everyone will be given an opportunity to comment on the proposals, but individuals are limited to three minutes for each proposal.
The hearings are held prior to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress county meetings. The Congress, a citizen group created by the Legislature, serves as an independent organization to advise DNR on hunting, fishing and environmental matters. It is made-up of five delegates from each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties. Delegates will be elected at the Congress meeting.