Elk Refuge to raise fees


The National Elk Refuge is raising for commercial special use permits issued on the refuge. The proposed fee change affects any person or business that charges guiding on the refuge including guided tours, guided workshops such as art or photography, and guided fishing.

The special use permit fees will be $200 per year for an application fee plus a $1 per client fee with a minimum client fee of $100 to cover the cost of fee processing. Fee changes will not go into effect until October 2023.

The Elk Refuge issues more than 50 commercial guiding special use permits annually and they say that the increase will help them manage the impacts of commercial like law enforcement and maintenance.



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