South Dakota: Aaron Kiesz, Charlie Moe and Wayne Bunge appointed to Conservation Commission
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has reappointed three people to the State Conservation Commission.
They include Aaron Kiesz of Aberdeen, Charlie Moe of Rosebud and Wayne Bunge of Rapid City. In addition, the Governor has also appointed Douglas Hansen of Webster to the commission.
Kiesz serves as the Municipality representative; Bunge and Moe both represent the Tree Industry. Hansen will serve as the Member-at-Large representative. He succeeds John Gross of Madison whose term expired on December 31, 2010.
“These appointees bring a wealth of experiences to the Conservation Commission,” said South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture Walt Bones. “Aaron, Charlie and Wayne’s experiences on the Commission and knowledge of conservation practices have been valuable during their past tenures on the commission.”
“Doug’s understanding of natural resources conservation, including his 36-year career with the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks gives him a strong background that should benefit the commission,” Bones added.
Kiesz, Moe, Bunge and Hansen will serve with five others on the State Conservation Commission. Their terms expire on Jan. 1, 2014.
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