The National Elk Refuge is looking at the possibility of improving public roads on the refuge during the summer of 2015. The work will largely encompass adding aggregate surface course material to the majority of the public routes within the Refuge as well as establishing several pullouts to facilitate wildlife viewing and other recreational activities. In addition to accessing parts of the refuge, the roads also lead to popular recreational areas of the Bridger–Teton National Forest. The proposed improvements are currently under environmental review and as such, are subject to public review and comment. Comments and questions may be directed to the National Elk Refuge at 733-9212, extension 3 prior to the end of this month.