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Game and Fish Department appoints Casey Anderson as new wildlife chief

Casey Anderson has been the assistant wildlife chief since 2014. He also has held private land field coordinator and biologist positions.

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Casey Anderson, wildlife division chief, North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Contributed/ North Dakota Game and Fish Department
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Longtime employee Casey Anderson has been appointed wildlife division chief of the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

The appointment was announced Tuesday, Sept. 28, by Game and Fish director Jeb Williams. Anderson is a 20-year department employee.

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“Casey has certainly proven himself as a leader,” Williams said. “His experience and communication skills will serve the agency well as wildlife chief.”
Anderson has been the assistant wildlife chief since 2014. He also has held private land field coordinator and biologist positions.

A native of the Turtle Lake-Mercer area in McLean County, Anderson has a bachelor’s degree in the fish and wildlife management option of zoology from North Dakota State University.

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