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By Tim Leeds 

Hagener hired by wildlife federation

 


A Havre native with decades of state government experience is joining a wildlife federation effective at the start of next year.

The Associated Press reports that Jeff Hagener, former director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, will start as the lead fundraiser and membership recruiter of the Montana Wildlife Federation in January.

Hagener was appointed head of Fish, Wildlife and Parks by Gov. Judy Martz in 2001. Then he spent the last two years with the American Prairie Foundation.

A Havre High School graduate, Hagener received degrees in wildlife biology from the University of Montana in Missoula and in agriculture from Montana State University in Bozeman.

Prior to taking the position with Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Hagener worked for the state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.

According to the mission statement on its website, the Montana Wildlife Federation is an organization of conservation-minded people "who share a mission to protect and enhance Montana's public wildlife, lands, waters, and fair chase hunting and fishing heritage."

He is the son of the late Louis W. and Toni Hagener of Havre.

A Havre native with decades of state government experience is joining a wildlife federation effective at the start of next year.

The Associated Press reports that Jeff Hagener, former director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, will start as the lead fundraiser and membership recruiter of the Montana Wildlife Federation in January.

Hagener was appointed head of Fish, Wildlife and Parks by Gov. Judy Martz in 2001. Then he spent the last two years with the American Prairie Foundation.

A Havre High School graduate, Hagener received degrees in wildlife biology from the University of Montana in Missoula and in agriculture from Montana State University in Bozeman.

Prior to taking the position with Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Hagener worked for the state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.

According to the mission statement on its website, the Montana Wildlife Federation is an organization of conservation-minded people "who share a mission to protect and enhance Montana's public wildlife, lands, waters, and fair chase hunting and fishing heritage."

He is the son of the late Louis W. and Toni Hagener of Havre.

 

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