Fish and Wildlife Department

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department (F&W) is one of three departments that make up the Agency of Natural Resources. F&W exists to conserve the fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the people of Vermont. It meets these goals by providing a broad range of services to the public, including wildlife management, fisheries management, law enforcement, search and rescue, threatened and endangered species monitoring and restoration, habitat conservation, and educational programs for hunters, anglers, young people and teachers.

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The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is comprised of more than 130 staff members in five divisions: administration, fisheries, law enforcement, outreach, and wildlife.