Cliff Wilson accepts position with Missouri Department of Conservation

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The Missouri Department of Conservation Northwest Region is pleased to announce that Cliff Wilson has accepted the Community and Private Land Conservationist position formally held by Scott Roy. Cliff will be stationed at the Grundy County USDA office in Trenton and will be serving landowners and constituents in Mercer, Grundy, and Livingston counties.

Prior to his new appointment, Cliff worked in fish research and management for 18 years. He has been assisting private landowners with impoundment management since 2017. He brings a knowledge and understanding of assisting landowners in meeting their management goals. Cliff’s new responsibilities will include providing planning and technical assistance to landowners in the areas of fish, forest, and wildlife management, community conservation outreach, and assisting with USDA program delivery.

Cliff is a native of Livingston County and lives in the Punkin Center area with his wife Racheal and their two sons. He enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling with his family. Cliff can be reached at 660-359-5685 x114 or [email protected]

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