The Gallatin Community Collaborative (GCC) will host a three-day public workshop at the Holiday Inn (at 5 East Baxter Lane in Bozeman) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 3, 4 and 5. Anyone interested in public land management in southwest Montana is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Times are April 3 from 1-9 p.m., April 4 from 1-9 p.m. and April 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Attendance is not required at all three days, and members of the public are welcome at whatever times they can participate. However, if you plan to attend for a full day or more, the GCC would like you to RSVP at gallatincollaborative.org to help planning for food and refreshments.
The purpose of the GCC is to gather community input of diverse perspectives to work in a collaborative process to work toward a broad, adaptive, and durable resolution of agreed-upon public lands issues. This will be the fifth workshop held since October 2013 with facilitator Jeff Goebel.
For more information on the Gallatin Community Collaborative, visit the website (gallatincollaborative.org) and check out the GCC Calendar to view the schedule of upcoming public sub-committee meetings.
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