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TITLE 36
FISH AND GAME
CHAPTER 1
FISH AND GAME COMMISSION
36-123.  Winter feeding advisory committees. (1) A winter feeding advisory committee shall be established for each district where winter feeding of antelope, elk, and deer normally occurs. Each committee shall consist of five (5) members. The members shall be appointed and removed for cause by unanimous vote of the Idaho fish and game commission. It is intended that the committees reflect the cross section of the major interest groups associated with each district. Each committee shall meet at such times as appropriate, but not less frequently than annually, on or before December 1, before the winter feeding season arrives, whichever is earlier.
(2)  The term of office of a member shall be two (2) years, except a portion of the initial appointments may be for a term of one (1) year to provide staggered terms. Appointments to fill vacancies shall be for the balance of the unexpired term. The committees shall serve without compensation.
(3)  Each winter feeding advisory committee established pursuant to subsection (1) of this section shall appoint a chairman. The chairmen of the committees shall meet at least annually to coordinate activities and promote consensus on issues of common interest among the winter feeding advisory committees. The chairmen may elect a leader from among the chairmen to call meetings and conduct and coordinate activities of the group.
(4)  The department of fish and game shall provide staff assistance and support for the committees.
(5)  The committees shall have the authority to:
(a)  Act as an independent resource in each district to give advice and recommendations on the administration of winter feeding programs;
(b)  Act as a liaison between the commission, the department, interest groups, and the public on winter feeding issues.

History:
[36-123, added 1994, ch. 183, sec. 1, p. 601; am. 1999, ch. 172, sec. 1, p. 463; am. 2008, ch. 72, sec. 1, p. 191.]


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