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Incidental take public notices

Prior to authorizing the incidental taking of an endangered or threatened species, the department must provide public notice of the proposed activity. Any application, conservation plan and implementing agreement submitted as part of a proposed incidental take project shall be available for public review upon request. The department shall consider all public comments on the proposed project if received within the comment period. If the public provides additional information impacting the permit/authorization decision, it will be considered before approval.

Project Name Public Notice End Date Public Notice Jeopardy Assessment
WIS 23 (US 14 to County GG) Project Nov. 22, 2023 Public Notice ITP412 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP412 [PDF]
Trempealeau NWR Entrance Road Project  Nov. 29, 2023 Public Notice ITP425 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP425 [PDF]
Sand Valley Trail and Overlook Hill Road Dec. 6, 2023 Public Notice ITP424 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP424 [PDF]
US 51 – Tomlinson to Ontario Dec. 15, 2023 Public Notice ITP363 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP363 [PDF]
Bad River Meander Stabilization Project Dec. 15, 2023 Public Notice ITP418 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP418 [PDF]
Pioneer to Crivitz Retirement Dec. 16, 2023 Public Notice ITP426 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP426 [PDF]
Y-47/Y-145 Transmission Line Rebuild Project Dec. 16, 2023 Public Notice ITP421 [PDF] Jeopardy Assessment ITP421 [PDF]

Request notification of public notices

Public notices for proposed Incidental Take Authorizations must be distributed to the appropriate local and state news media and organizations that request such notification per s. 29.604, Wis. Stats. [exit DNR].

Incidental take coordinator
Department of Natural Resources
Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
Endangered Resources Review Program
PO Box 7921
Madison, WI 53707-7921