For more information on any of the events or activities below, please contact the Museum directly at 701 263 4829, off season 724 372 3605
Visiting Officer Program
The North American Game Warden Museum invites all conservation officers from across North America to participate in the Museum’s Visiting Officer Program. Visiting officers stay at the International Peace Garden and spend their day at the Museum in their agency uniform meeting the public. This is a great opportunity for officers to promote their agency and to share information or stories with visitors to the Museum. Officers are encouraged to bring any displays, power points, handouts or any promotional DVDs they may have. Presentations can be as simple as the standard “who we are and what we do,” or can be more elaborate. Every officer has interesting stories and since every state and province is different, the material is always fresh.
The Museum has had visiting officers from Idaho, Arizona, New York, Utah, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Montana, Manitoba, North Dakota, Washington and USF&W. Typically, officers stay for two to three days over a weekend. We go by many different names: Game Warden, Conservation Officer, Natural Resources Officer, Wildlife Officer, Environmental Police and the list goes on. Whatever your badge says, we are all part of the same brotherhood. That brotherhood is celebrated by the North American Game Warden Museum.
Wardens on Wheels
Open to all Wardens. The annual Wardens on Wheels event will be held August 10, 2019. Riders from across Canada and the US meet at Metagoshie State Park in North Dakota. The group rides to the Museum to honor Fallen Officers.
Typically, there is a short ceremony and snacks and drinks are provided. As many as forty bikers have participated. Not only is the camaraderie great, this event also serves as a fundraiser for the Museum.
To purchase a ticket, contact the Museum at 701 263 4829.
North America Wildlife Enforcement Officers Association Conference
The Museum sponsors the 5K Torch Run/Walk at the Conference drawing hundred of participants. Medals are awarded and dinner is provided.
We’d like to see you in NASHVILLE July 2020!
Active and Retired Officers! Check out our OFFICER ASSIST PROGRAM. You are invited to schedule a visit to the Museum, spend a couple of days to assist our attendants in welcoming guests, explaining exhibits, sharing your stories, and maybe even some light maintenance or cleaning work. We are working with a local Motel to help with your accommodations or we can provide free use of our trailer.
Employment – Internship
We are seeking individuals for employment in June, July, and August. Duties include assisting as Museum attendant, meeting visitors, interpreting exhibits in the Museum and the Memorial Garden, salesperson, and possibly some light maintenance. Hourly pay rate will be negotiable based on the individual’s commitment to length of employment, experience, and skills. We would consider commitment for a short as one month to three months. Local housing is available.
For details on all Museum events call 701-263-4829 during our open season.