Wildlife Commissioner Robert Streeter to Meet Public in Greely
Credit: Colorado Division of Wildlife Press Release
Robert Streeter, newly appointed Wildlife Commissioner representing public members in northeastern Colorado, will hold a public meeting in Greeley, 6:30 p.m., September 24 at the Greeley Guest House, 5401 W. 9th Street. The commissioner will discuss local and state wildlife issues and would like to hear of any concerns or questions from the public.
Streeter is a native grassland and wetlands-restoration consultant, and lives in eastern Larimer County. He is a member of the Larimer County Open Lands Board and the environmental representative on the South Platte Roundtable. He has worked in a variety of roles with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including as Assistant Director, Refuges and Wildlife from 1995 to 1998.
The Wildlife Commission is a volunteer board that sets regulations and policies for the DOW. 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.