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DNR's next chief warden rose through ranks during 24 years

Former field warden and supervisor Schaller leads recreational safety program

12:36 PM, Nov. 11, 2013
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A 24-year veteran of the Department of Natural Resources Conservation Warden Service has been tapped by DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp to be Wisconsin's next chief conservation warden.

Warden Todd Schaller, who oversees the DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement's Recreation Enforcement and Education Section, will succeed Chief Warden Randy Stark, who will retire in December after serving in the bureau's top position for more than 11 years.

Stepp said the decision was not easy due to several well-qualified candidates. "However, I have great confidence in the abilities and talents Todd possesses to ...

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