Department Divisions

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has more than 130 staff members working out of seven offices and five fish culture facilities. We include biologists, game wardens, educational coordinators and support staff.

Our job duties include such things as wildlife and fisheries management, law enforcement, monitoring and restoring threatened and endangered species, habitat conservation, technical assistance, regulatory review, educational programs for hunters, youths, and teachers, and license sales. Below are links to the different department divisions where you can learn more about what we do.

Business & Licensing Office

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The Business & Licensing Office oversees the financial and administrative functions of the department.

We offer assistance with managing federal grants, billings and contracts, and budgets. Additionally, we oversee licensing, lotteries, and permits are managed through the Licensing Service Center in Montpelier.

Fish Division

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The Fish Division is responsible for the conservation and management of all fish and aquatic habitats throughout Vermont. Staff members are engaged in a wide variety of activities, including fish management, fish culture and access area maintenance and development.

Meet the Staff

respect-protect-enjoy-taglineLearn more about some of the department's biologists, information and education specialists, fish culturists, and support staff.

Outreach Division

Hunter Education Program Coordinator: Outreach SignThe Outreach Division has three major programs, Information and Marketing, Conservation Education, and Hunter Education & Shooting Ranges.

Warden Service Division

game warden helping girl set a tip-upDivision of Warden Service provides the first line of response, in the field and on the phone, to citizen requests for department services involving fish and wildlife problems, questions and enforcement.

Wildlife Division

bear cubThe Wildlife Division is responsible for the conservation and management of all wildlife, plants, and their habitat throughout Vermont for the people of the state. Division staff are engaged in a variety of activities including monitoring animal and plant species, protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat, and providing technical assistance to the public.

Contact Us

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
Commissioner Christopher Herrick

1 National Life Drive
Fish & Wildlife LogoDavis 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3702

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The mission of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is the conservation of all species of fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the people of Vermont.