Michigan posthumously honors first female conservation officer.

Huldah Neal – a Michigander who, in 1897, became the first female conservation officer in the United States – was honored by the Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame as a Legacy award recipient for her commitment to protecting natural resources. The ceremony took place Tuesday at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids.

Source: Michigan DNR

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