Mark Reiter, director of DNR’s Division of Fish & Wildlife, has retired after 39 years of service.Reiter had several notable achievements during his DNR tenure. While director, Reiter was instrumental in the creation of the Healthy Rivers INitiative, modernizing shooting ranges at Fish & Wildlife Areas, establishing the Gamebird Area Program, and creating the deer bundle license.In June, Reiter received the Sagamore of the Forest, Fields, and Streams lifetime achievement award from the Midwest Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA). This award is given to directors who have dedicated years of service to the association. Reiter’s 10 years of service to MAFWA included serving on the executive and Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation (R3) committees.