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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is looking for people who reflect the diversity of our state, who are committed to public service, and have a desire to protect the natural resources of our state. Our mission is to protect, enhance, and promote the safe and wise use of our natural resources through enforcement, education, and community based wardening that guarantees fair and equal treatment.
Job Duties: Conservation Wardens are Wisconsin law enforcement officers, whose primary responsibility is to protect the natural resources of the state. Their enforcement authority extends throughout the state and includes wildlife, fish, boating, snowmobiling, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), environmental, water regulation, and forestry laws. In addition, Conservation Wardens have full police authority on all DNR-owned or managed property and expanded authority elsewhere in the state.