WISCONSIN — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is hiring!
The DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement is hiring its next class of state conservation wardens. These wardens work to protect the environment and Wisconsin's natural resources, as well as the people who use state parks, trails, and waters.
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“Law enforcement work as a conservation warden is public service that is rewarding, fulfilling and never boring,” said Marcus Medina, DNR Conservation Warden and Acting Assistant Training Director. “We protect our precious natural resources and those who work in them or enjoy them in a wide range of outdoor activities.”
Those who are hired by the DNR will be part of the class of 2021, and will begin training on Oct. 26, 2020. That is, after they are hired.