Media Tip Sheet
Midwest Region

Want to Tell a Story About Fish and Wildlife?

From the boundary waters of Minnesota to the tip of southern Illinois, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Midwest Region works to conserve migratory birds, endangered species, nationally significant fish resources, and manage national wildlife refuge and waterfowl production areas. The Midwest Region includes Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. Below are ideas for outdoor and environmental writers about the Service's work in the Midwest. To follow up on these topics, contact the outreach coordinator listed.

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Contact Information

Assistant Regional Director: External Affairs
Charles Traxler, 612-713-5313,

Deputy Assistant Regional Director: External Affairs
Tim Patronski, 612-713-5108,

Endangered Species and Ecological Services
Georgia Parham, 812-334-4261 x 1203,

Fisheries, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and Asian Carp
Katie Steiger-Meister, 612-713-5317,

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives
Joanna Gilkeson, 612-713-5170,

Migratory Birds
Larry Dean, 612-713-5312,

Partners for Fish and Wildlife and Tribal Partnerships
Alejandro Morales, 612-713-5175,

Refuges and Law Enforcement
Tina Shaw, 612-713-5331,

Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration
Joanna Gilkeson, 612-713-5170,

Not sure who to contact?
External Affairs, 612-713-5360,

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Last updated: July 8, 2015