Participants in the development of a multi-species management framework
used a Portland public meeting to tout their project’s potential to bring
order to fish and wildlife decision making.

The Monday meeting came at a turning point in the framework committee’s
own processes. Work will now shift from the initial development of a broad
range of policy alternatives to the first scientific scrutiny at those
alternatives’ potential biological and economic consequences.

The initial …

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