Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands, and Water Resources Interim Committee



Senator Gerald Geis and Representative Mark Semlek, Co-chairmen of the Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Interim Committee, have announced the Committee will meet:


May 13 and 14, 2009

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

DeWitt Student Center – Trapper Room

Northwest College

231 West 6th Street

Powell, Wyoming




The purpose of the meeting is to begin the discussion of interim topics including: animal disease, response and care, pet animal care, water management, invasive plants, rangeland monitoring and archaic laws.  The Committee will receive background on state agencies, including:  the Livestock Board, State Forestry, Office of State Lands, Department of Agriculture, Water Development Office, State Engineer and the Business Council.  A tentative agenda for the meeting is included with this meeting notice and is also available on the legislative Web site at: 


Please direct questions about this meeting to Legislative Service Office Committee staff Maxine Weaver at:  (307) 777-7881.


Individuals who plan to provide written information to the Committee during the meeting should bring sufficient copies of the information for members of the Committee, Committee staff, and interested members of the audience.  In addition, please provide an electronic copy of the materials to Committee staff at the meeting. 


All materials provided to the Committee in written form will be part of the official record of the Committee’s meeting and will be on file at the Legislative Service Office.  Minutes of the meeting will be available on the legislative Web site at: 


Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations to attend this meeting should contact the Legislative Service Office at: (307) 777-7881, or by e-mail at:, for assistance. 



Members of the Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands, and Water Resources Interim Committee:

Senators: Gerald Geis, Eli Bebout, Kit Jennings, Wayne Johnson, Bill Vasey

Representatives: Mark Semlek, Stan Blake, Seth Carson, Amy Edmonds, Mike Gilmore, Glenn Moniz, Matt Teeters, Sue Wallis, Dan Zwonitzer


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