The review and comment period for the CRSO Draft Environmental Impact Statement opened February 28th with the publication of the Notice of Availability in the Federal Register on www.federalregister.gov.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation and Bonneville Power Administration invite you to review and provide comments on the draft EIS, which includes the agencies' Preferred Alternative. The attached Availability and Comment Fact Sheet provides details for viewing and downloading the document and options for providing comments, including links to an online comment form and the dates and locations of six public comment meetings.
The comment period ends Monday, April 13, 2020.
The complete draft EIS is a large document. We suggest reading the Executive Summary first, which provides an overview of the major environmental effects of the Preferred Alternative. The draft EIS, the Executive Summary and much more information on this project are available at www.crso.info.
You can also view the document electronically at a public library. Find the library closest to you on www.crso.info.
EPA's searchable EIS database: www.cdxnodengn.epa.gov/cdx-enepa-II/public/action/eis/search
The agencies will respond to substantive comments on the draft EIS in the final EIS to be released this summer
Richland Rod & Gun Club is an organized group of hunters, fishermen, and conservationists who share a common interest in the outdoors. Each year the Club members volunteer in a number of work projects that improve wildlife habitat, educate young potential hunters / fisherman, and raise funds for Club projects.
The RICHLAND ROD & GUN CLUB meets the first non holiday Tuesday of each month except July and August at 7:00 at the Richland Public Library.
The meetings are open to the public and consist of a short business meeting followed by a program of current interest.
Board meetings are held on the third Tuesday at 7:00 at Griggs hunter education facility in Pasco.
Membership in the Richland Rod & Gun Club can be obtained by filling out an application and mailing it, with your dues for one year, to:
RICHLAND ROD & GUN CLUB
P. 0. BOX 337
RICHLAND, WASH. 99352
Or, give the completed application to any Club Member
The Richland Rod and Gun Club offers opportunities to work in activities associated with wildlife and the outdoors. We would like to work with you on projects or programs in the following areas. Hunter Education, Fishing, Dog Training, Scholarship, Public Lands, Youth Activities, Migratory Waterfowl, Habitat, Game Birds, Big Game , Landowner Relations, Newsletter.
Any contributions, suggestions, or criticism to the RRGC website should be emailed to, email@example.com