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/MEETING MINUTES Meeting/Project Name: Noxious Weed Management Advisory Council Meeting Date of Meeting: January 9, 2012 Time: 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Minutes Prepared By: Carol Bearden Location: Heritage Inn, Great Falls 1.. Attendees Council Members: Jim Gordon, Jennifer Anderson Vermillion, Margie Edsall, Dan Jackson, Nico Cantalupo, Todd Wagner, Jack Eddie, Dick Zoanni, Jim Olivarez Agency Representatives: Joe Weigand, Jim Jacobs (conference call), Larry Beneker, John Gaskin, Steve Shelly, Peter Stevenson, Mike Miller, Steve Siegelin, Tracy Sterling (conference call), John Simons, Dan Dobler, Gary Adams Guests: Taelor Anderson, Joe Merenz, Celestine Duncan Montana Dept.. Research and program needs noted by Celestine included: Research on addressing EWM in non-regulated flowing water systems, 2 developing the support needed for research programs, finding management options for long term control of flowering rush, finding long term stable funding, researching the impact of aquatic invasive species (AIS) on fishery habitats, water exchange studies, fish / herbicide toxicity studies, expansion of local aquatic programs, prioritizing CLP management, additional collaboration / review of the current inspection station program and, th coordination with the 100 Meridian Columbia River Basin team..


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