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North Dakota Game and Fish Department

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

North Dakota Game and Fish Department
Agency overview
Formed1930; 90 years ago (1930)[1]
Preceding
  • Game and Fish Board of Control (1909-1929)
JurisdictionState of North Dakota
Headquarters100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, North Dakota 58501
46°48′22″N 100°43′56″W / 46.806189°N 100.732312°W / 46.806189; -100.732312
Agency executives
  • Terry Steinwand, Director[2]
  • Scott Peterson, Deputy Director
Websitegf.nd.gov/index.php/

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is the State of North Dakota's State agency charged with stewardship of the state's fish, game, and wildlife resources. The department sets fish and game regulations, including issuance of hunting and fishing licenses and enforcement of state regulations throughout the state. The department also enforces watercraft regulations and registration, along with enforcement of Invasive species laws.[3]

Organization

The agency is headquartered in Bismarck, with District Offices located in: Devils Lake, Dickinson, Jamestown, Harvey, Riverdale, and Williston.[2] The agency is organized into five divisions:

  • Administrative Services - Manages Information Technology, accounting, and issues boat registrations along with hunting and fishing licenses.
  • Conservation/Communication - Manages outdoor education, interpretation, and encourages conservation practices throughout the state.
  • Enforcement - The law enforcement division consists of Game Wardens that patrol the state to enforce fish and game regulations and other state laws.
  • Fisheries - Manage the state fisheries and operate the state's fish hatcheries.
  • Wildlife - Manage habitat and wildlife species across the state.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Game and Fish History - North Dakota Game and Fish". gf.nd.gov.
  2. ^ a b "Contact Us - North Dakota Game and Fish". gf.nd.gov.
  3. ^ "Home - North Dakota Game and Fish". gf.nd.gov.

External links

This page was last edited on 19 March 2020, at 00:56
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