Sue Fogg: (603) 788-3164
Jane Vachon: (603) 271-3211
January 24, 2007
Media Note: See 30 second radio PSA at end of release.
Fish and Game's Future at Risk: A North Country Discussion
LANCASTER, N.H. -- You might have heard that the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is in a financial crisis. Come find out more about this situation -- and what it means for the North Country economy and its quality of life -- at an informational session at the North Country Resource Center on Route 3 North in Lancaster from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 29. You'll have a chance to:
- Meet Fish and Game's regional staff in the North
Country, and hear about the important fish, wildlife and conservation
law work that is being done in the Great North Woods - work that is
at risk if Fish and Game is not able to meet its budget needs.
- Get the latest update on Fish and Game's current
funding situation from Fish and Game Executive Director Lee Perry, who
is working directly with the Governor and Legislature to find solution
to the funding shortfall.
- Find out what you can do to help!
The continued abundance and health of fish, wildlife and their habitats is key to maintaining recreational opportunities for the North Country and income for related businesses. New Hampshire's residents and natural resources depend on many services currently provided by Fish and Game, such as land conservation, reducing wildlife/human conflicts, wilderness search and rescue, fish stocking, OHRV safety and enforcement and many other programs.
For more information on the North Country information meeting, please contact Sue Fogg at email@example.com or (603) 788-3164.
An additional information session on Fish and Game funding will be held at N.H. Fish and Game headquarters in Concord, on February 1, 2007.
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Radio Public Service Announcement
Air Dates: January 24-29, 2007
You might have heard that the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is in a financial crisis. Come find out more about this situation -- and what it means for the North Country economy and its quality of life -- at an information session at the North Country Resource Center on Route 3 North in Lancaster from 3 to 5 p.m. on Monday, January 29th. For more information, call 603-788-3164.
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