Mark Smith, a member of the Colorado Wildlife Commission, will hold a public meeting in Pagosa Springs to discuss wildlife issues, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Dec. 6.
The meeting will be at the Ross Aragon Community center, located at 451 Hot Springs Blvd.
Smith, who represents agricultural interests on the wildlife commission, lives in the San Luis Valley and has been active with wildlife issues in Colorado for many years. The public is invited to talk about any and all issues concerning wildlife, hunting and fishing at the meeting.
The Colorado Wildlife Commission is a volunteer board that sets regulations and policies for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. There are nine wildlife commissioners who represent five different districts in Colorado. They are appointed from each of the following groups: livestock producers; agricultural or produce growers; sportsmen or outfitters; wildlife organizations; and boards of county commissioners. The remaining three commissioners are appointed from the public at large.