What other agencies are involved in the proposed project?

Along
with the lead agencies, there are agencies that are considered cooperating and participating agencies.
The “cooperating” and “participating” agency status does not imply support for
the project; rather, these agencies have varying levels of responsibility with
the project planning process. The US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Forest
Service are both cooperating agencies for the project. The participating
agencies for the project are as follows:

  • National Park Service (Theodore Roosevelt National Park)
  • US Department of Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service (ND State Office)
  • US Environmental Protection Agency (Region 8)
  • US Fish & Wildlife Service (ND Field Office)
  • ND Department of Emergency Services (Department of Homeland Security)
  • ND Department of Health
  • ND Game & Fish Department
  • ND Parks and Recreation
  • ND State Water Commission
  • State Historical Society of ND
  • Tribal
    Consultation Committee

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1. Is the Elkhorn Ranch Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park included in the study area?
2. When was the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process initiated?
3. What is the difference between the current project and previous efforts by Billings County to construct a crossing over the Little Missouri River?
4. Has a Coordination Plan been completed in accordance with SAFETEA-LU requirements?
5. What is the purpose of the proposed project?
6. Why is the proposed project needed?
7. Have alternatives been developed?
8. Who is leading the proposed project?
9. What other agencies are involved in the proposed project?
10. Who will approve the proposed project?
11. What approval do the decision-makers give?
12. Who is funding the proposed project?
13. Who can I direct my concerns to?