Missouri River Restoration and Recovery

Notice:

This website constitutes an historical record of the MRRIC Charter Planning Group Process, which ended July 2008. For current information about the MRRIC stakeholder process, including how to apply for membership on the Committee, please go to http://www.mrric.org.

Public Workshop Held November 8, 2007

The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution convened a public workshop on Thursday, November 8, in Omaha, NE to provide information about the efforts of a Planning Group– composed of representatives of tribes, states, local governments, and nongovernmental stakeholders in the Missouri River basin – that is assisting the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and other federal agencies with programs in the basin, in establishing a Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC).

Workshop participants learned about the proposed DRAFT Charter developed by the Planning Group and offered comments and suggestions for improvements to the Charter. Each session included a brief presentation that explained the origins of the MRRIC Planning Group concept and the development of the DRAFT Charter to-date. To review the presentation, click on the following link: Public Workshop Presentation. To read a DRAFT of the public workshop meeting notes and review input received at the public workshop, click on the following link: Draft MRRIC Public Workshop Notes v5 11/20/07 [61kb PDF, 12 pages].





For comments or questions about this website, please contact: usiecr@ecr.gov. This page was last updated 6/22/2017.