On March 8, a group of central and eastern Montana stakeholders met with Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP) to voice concerns over how invasive mussels might affect our regions and what preventative measures can be taken to contain their spread. This group expressed concern about the seeming lack of preventative resources being directed toward Eastern Montana by the State. In response to this concern FWP expressed the desire to work with stakeholders in Eastern Montana to identify our regional needs. Watershed coordinators for the Missouri, Musselshell, Milk, Yellowstone, and Big Horn Rivers have coordinated the efforts to establish stakeholders for their area and solicit stakeholder input for their own regional needs. This report summarizes response from across Central and Eastern Montana on the issues surrounding invasive mussel prevention.