MONTPELIER, Vt. –State Game Warden Jeremy Schmid of Cambridge is Vermont’s Game Warden of the Year. A game warden since 2015, Schmid was nominated by his peers and received the award in recognition of his excellent service.

“I want to thank Jeremy for his outstanding performance in protecting Vermont’s fish and wildlife resources and serving the people of Vermont,” Vermont Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Christopher Herrick said in a statement. hurry. “Director Schmid was chosen for his integrity, his professionalism and his great motivation in all his professional tasks and because he has earned the respect of the other goalkeepers and the public.

“The annual Warden of the Year announcement is one that always fills me with great pride in our service,” said Col. Jason Batchelder, Vermont’s chief game warden. “This year, through his dedication and outstanding service to Vermont, Senior Manager Jeremy Schmid has risen to the top.”

“Jeremy’s work as a director, workload and time spent educating the public is second to none,” added Batchelder. “Jeremy has the ability to sit in the weeds waiting for a poacher to return to a crime scene, educate a person about a troublesome bear, and bring a fair and friendly conclusion to a mistake made by a honest hunter – all in the same day.”

The Schmid Guardian District includes the towns of Cambridge, Underhill, Essex, Jericho, Williston, Richmond and Bolton.


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