Public may attend meeting at Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center in Alum Creek
ALUM CREEK, W.Va. — The West Virginia Natural Resources Commission will meet on February 25 at 1 p.m. at the Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center in Alum Creek.
The meeting is open to the public and those who attend in person will have an opportunity to make comments.
Call to Order – 1:00 P.M.
- West Virginia State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation Award Presentations
- Review, correct and approve the minutes of the October 29, 2023, and December 14, 2023, meetings of the Natural Resources Commission
- Public comments
- 2024 Legislative Update
- Summary of the 2023-2024 Big Game Harvest Figures
- Proposed 2024-2025 Big Game Hunting Regulations
- Proposed 2025-2026 Hunting and Trapping Regulations
- Proposed 2025 Fishing Regulations
- Discussion on date, location and agenda topics for upcoming meetings of the Natural Resources Commission
About the West Virginia Natural Resources Commission
The West Virginia Natural Resources Commission serves as an advisory body to the director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources on issues related to conserving the state’s natural resources and protecting fish and game species. The Commission is composed of seven members — one from each WVDNR district and one from the state at large. Commissioners are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the State Senate to serve four-year terms and may not serve more than two consecutive terms. The Commission’s primary method of meeting its statutory mandate is by fixing by regulation the open seasons and the bag, creel, size, age, weight and sex limits for wildlife that may be legally taken in the state. For more information, visit WVdnr.gov/natural-resources-commission.