Jan. 9 public meeting in La Grande on Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area Management Plan update


ODFW will host a public meeting on Jan. 9 from 6-8 p.m. at the Community Center, Cook Memorial Library, 2006 4th Street, La Grande.

The topic will be the Ladd Marsh WA Management Plan, which is due for an update after 10 years. ODFW staff are not recommending major changes to the Plan, but members of the public are welcome to offer their suggestions at the meeting. Public comment can also be emailed to wildlife area manager Kyle Martin at Kyle.W.Martin@state.or.us no later than Jan. 18.

Ladd Marsh is one of several wetlands-focused wildlife areas in Oregon, and features the largest hardstem bulrush wetland remaining in northeast Oregon. It is popular with hunters and wildlife viewers.

Visit the Ladd Marsh Wildlife Area Visitor Guide to learn more about the wildlife area and to see the draft updated Plan.

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