Visitors to the South Unit may experience up to 30 minute delays and rough road conditions due to road construction along East River Road. Construction is expected to be complete by October 1. Check back for updates Updated 08/13/2014 5:16 pm MT
Elk Environmental Impact Statement Out For Review and Comment
Contact: Valerie Naylor, 701-623-4466
Theodore Roosevelt National Park has released a Draft Elk Management Plan / Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and is soliciting public comment. The draft plan/EIS analyzes several alternatives for initial herd reduction. The draft EIS does not identify a preferred alternative.
To view the entire news release, which includes information on how to obtain a copy of the Draft Elk Management Plan / EIS and submit comments, click here.
Did You Know?
Prairie dogs are often persecuted for their apparent destructiveness to the plants in their towns. Although they do keep the grass's growth to a minimum, the rodent's foraging habits promote the growth of forbs, upon which other grazing animals such as bison, elk, deer, horses, and pronghorns feed. More...