BREWSTER COUNTY, TX (KWES) - Big Bend National Park is looking to better control non-native exotic animals and plants in the park but they want to the communities input first.
They will be holding a 30 day public comment period that includes public meetings.
The first will take place at the Brewster County Multi-Purpose Facility in Study Butte on July 14.
The second will take place at Sul Ross State University Conference Center in Alpine on July 15.
Both meetings will kick off at 6:00 in the evening.
They hope the public will be able to help the park better identify issues and concerns.
If you can't make it out, you can send in letters or email them to officials at the Big Bend National Park.