With the start of what’s sure to be a bruising legislative session dead ahead, WDFW Director Phil Anderson’s schedule is fast filling up, but right now he is expected to be in Spokane early next week to talk about the proposed merger of his agency with State Parks, and other topics.
The get-together will occur at the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council‘s headquarters, 6116 N. Market St., at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 11.
According to Wanda Clifford, INWC executive director, it will be open to club members and the general public.
Anderson is expected to take questions.
A WDFW spokesman says that the director as well as Deputy Director Joe Stohr often meet with Washington’s outdoor clubs. INWC is among the state’s oldest sportsman’s groups; it was founded in 1951.