Do you want to be a game warden or environmental conservation officer?
This is the place to be! Several of our programs can prepare you for a career as a conservation officer or game warden. You can choose Fisheries and Wildlife Science or Natural Resources Conservation & Management. Alumni from these programs are now protecting our natural resources as law enforcement officers in New York, Connecticut, Vermont and Idaho.
Faculty will be happy to explain the process of becoming a conservation officer/game warden and discuss your options with you. Come meet with us or use the form on this page so we can answer your questions.
Conservation Law Enforcement Links
Links to states’ job descriptions:
Links to resources
STRIKING A BALANCE THE MAJOR WAY
Kate Marsh’s profile of Major John Wimsatt of New Hampshire Fish and Game »
BECI INVESTIGATOR KEN BRUNO
Investigative Lieutenant Bruno recounts his journey to his current position with the NY Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Law Enforcement »
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION OFFICER JIM CRANKER
ECO James S. Cranker is a familiar face to Paul Smith’s students »