Saturday, January 31, 2009

Dalhquist named Conservation Warden for Forest County

SPOONER – Brad Dahlquist has been named Conservation Warden for Forest County, according to John Gozdzialski, Department of Natural Resource's Northern Region Director. Warden Dahlquist replaces Rick Koch who recently retired.

Dahlquist will be responsible for all field conservation and environmental law enforcement activities in Forest County. He will be stationed at Crandon.

Formerly from Brownstown, IN, Dahlquist started with the department in January of 2008 and has been undergoing intensive conservation law enforcement training in the last year.

Dahlquist said he is looking forward to working along side the many respected wardens in the Northern Region and serving the citizens of his county.

A graduate of Vincennes College, Dahlquist holds an Associates Degree in Conservation Law Enforcement. Dahlquist served in the Unites States Army with the 82nd Airborne Division out of Fort Bragg, NC as an airborne infantryman. He completed two overseas tours with Charlie Company 1-325th AIR to Iraq and Afghanistan in efforts of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

In his spare time Warden Dahlquist enjoys spending time with family and friends, hunting, and fishing.

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