Fish and Game Sees Labor Shortage as Director Leaving, Many Retiring
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The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is heading into its busiest hunting and hiking season with a lot of unfilled positions.
On Monday, the department also announced that its director since 2008, Glenn Normandeau, has decided to step down from the position at the end of his term in March 2020.
Normandeau, who is at an all-week conference, was not available for comment Monday. He is the second longest serving executive director in the department’s 150-year history, which also was a position held by his father, Dr. Donald Normandeau.