Little Falls, Minn. Slowly, the items used over the years by Minnesota’s game wardens and conservation officers are being lost. However, a new Game Warden Museum will help preserve the warden heritage.

The museum, to be established by the DNR at Camp Ripley, will be
a display area and repository for materials, from uniforms to gun
belts, to badges. Artifacts of all kinds will be accepted by museum
personnel, including personal journals or memoirs from past
wardens.

Artifacts can be dropped off at the DNR Enforcement Education
and Training Center at Camp Ripley or mailed to “Game Warden
Museum,” DNR Enforcement Training Center, 15011 Hwy 115, Little
Falls, MN 56345. All donated items will be utilized in the best
interest of the museum.

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