Chilton, Wisconsin. George Meyer in Michigan . George Meyer, secretary of the Department of Natural Resources in 1993-2001, showed up to issue a battle cry against the general citizenry: "By carrot or stick, hunters and trappers will gain access to public lands and private lands." Hometown. He taught conservation and environmental policy at Lawrence University for two years and has served as the WWF The top city of residence is Lincoln Park, followed by Clawson. Chilton, Wisconsin. I was the first delegate ever elected, in 66 years, by citizens wanting to protect wildlife. Scott Walker’s Wisconsin; Frac Sand Rush; Murky Waters; Water Watch Wisconsin; Losing Track; Groundwater Supply; A Frail System; Endocrine Disruptors; Rethinking Sex Offenders; Rural Slide; Be your own watchdog The Wisconsin Wildlife Federation is a conservation group made up of hunters, anglers, trappers and other individuals that are actively engaged in the outdoors.We deeply appreciate Wisconsin’s wildlife and recognize the importance of protecting fish and wildlife habitat. There are 21 phone book listings for people that are named George Meyer in Wisconsin.

Chilton, Wisconsin. George Meyer is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation. Favorites. Current city. Books.

George Meyer, a self-described optimist and recent inductee into the Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame, shakes his head in dismay at recent … 23 records in 37 cities for George Meyer in Michigan. Current City and Hometown. Chilton, Wisconsin. George Meyer's tireless advocacy headlines Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame inductees. The average George Meyer is around 82 years of age with around 47% falling in to the age group of 81+. Chilton High. He's worked in the field of Conservation for over 40 years including thirty-two years in Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources (DNR), and is a former Secretary of the Department. These people are located in 19 cities. The cities are Appleton WI, Cascade WI, Clintonville WI, Elm Grove WI, Fitchburg WI, Hartford WI, Madison WI, Mayville WI, Menomonee Fls WI, Mequon WI, Milwaukee WI, Montello WI, Neenah WI, Plymouth WI, Pound WI, Sister Bay WI, St Croix Fls WI, Wausau WI, and Winter WI. George Meyer has been a diplomat, hunting-fishing advocate and … George Meyer says Wisconsin’s water problems are far less severe than in 1970, but they’re worsening because of disregard for the public good.