The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has awarded Conservation Warden Mike Disher the Haskell Noyes Conservation Warden Efficiency Award.
The honor is the highest given to a state conservation warden. Recipients must demonstrate the ability to lead conservation programs that excel in balancing enforcement, education and community involvement. Disher also received high marks for his investigative skills, record working with the community and his support of other law enforcement agencies.
Disher has served 19 years from the Chilton administrative station in Calumet County, where he is responsible for the entire county and the east shore of Lake Winnebago. He took the responsibilities after graduating from the law enforcement academy in 2002.