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Wardens in Action


DNR Warden Winter Round-up: Stories from the field
Wing wrap, Missy the Houdini, confiscated fish feed many, patrol platoon & archery The Wisconsin DNR Conservation Wardens were on the trails, on the ice, in the woods and always helping others during the early months of the new year. Here are just a few highlights from what has been a race-pace 2017.
Wardens in Action
Thursday, March 30, 2017 3:59:23 p.m.
Welcome to 2017 Conservation Warden Class!
They applied, interviewed, completed the physical fitness assessments and here they are: the 15 members of our new warden class.
Wardens in Action
Thursday, February 02, 2017 3:15:38 p.m.
12 Months of Warden World: A holiday postcard of a year in pictures
It was a year of wildlife, wild life and life. Working with the public, the DNR conservation wardens were in the thick of it! Here is our annual year-end greeting card. As is the case every year, there are many more highlights than we have room. Consider this a small third annual sampling from the big pile of memories from 2016 as the wardens fulfilled the agency mission with special attention to public safety and resource protection.
Wardens in Action
Thursday, December 29, 2016 2:21:28 p.m.
Story behind Wis./Minn./Iowa/USFW warden shoot starts with Olympic runner & an old discarded jug
A former U.S. Olympic track runner/national rifle team coach-turned-warden found an old junk jug in Superior and declared it the traveling trophy for what he envisioned as a friendly, yet competitive, warden contest between Minnesota and Wisconsin officers.
Wardens in Action
Monday, December 12, 2016 3:46:58 p.m.
After 86 years of honoring DNR wardens, Chris Noyes & Family named state's inaugural winners of 'Green Tie'
DNR warden award: From a state family led by a basketball star, passed to a multi-generation team of conservation leaders & doers Haskell Noyes of Milwaukee was a star American college basketball guard who left the offense for the defense of Wisconsin's natural resources - and that's how this story starts of why Milwaukee attorney Chris Noyes came to accept the first-ever statewide Green Tie Award for a family long-dedicated to everything outdoors thanks to a northern Wisconsin river and a passionate grandfather.
Wardens in Action
Monday, October 31, 2016 3:37:59 p.m.
Last revised: Friday, February 19, 2016

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