Thursday, March 30th, 2023
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Wisconsin Natural Resources Board reviews North American Wildlife Conservation Model

John Organ is a wildlife biologist who has been honored for a lifetime devoted to wildlife conservation. He is chief of the USGS Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units in 38 states, including Wisconsin. (Photo by Tim Eisele)
Anyone who hunts or traps represents an important component of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. In fact, anyone who derives pleasure from wildlife has a stake in this long-standing model. The Natural Resources Board (NRB) received a presentation on this model at its December meeting by John Organ, retired chief of the Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board.
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