- The state needs twelve members for it's new Sporting Heritage Council. The goal is to have your voice give state officials tips on handling issues we face with hunting and fishing.
The five catergories the Council will represent are Anglers, Furbearers, as well as deer, bird and bear hunters.
Nick Schertz is a member of Lincoln County's Conservation Congress. He has a plan for keeping a state-wide balance.
"You should have a few representatives along the great lakes region and the eastern side of the state. And it wouldn't be bad to have some representatives on the Western side of the state, a few from the northwoods, and a few from the central agriculture areas in the south."
Picking a dozen people to represent the entire state can be tough.
But Schertz has some guidelines to narrow the field.
"I think it's important for these people to have a good strong background in education. Whether it be biology, some of the science background helps to really understand truely whats going on with fisheries, wild life management, as well as forestry being a big part of it in the Northwoods."
Story By: Ryan Abney