Sparks, Nev. - December 09, 2015
The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) announced two new appointees to its Predatory Animal and Rodent Committee (PARC). After the Sept. 1, 2015 meeting, the PARC Chairperson, Pete Paris, approved the appointment of Cody Krenka to represent sportsmen and Walt Gardner to represent licensed guides.
In addition to these two new representatives, the PARC also includes representation from the Nevada State Board of Health, the Board of Agriculture, the Nevada Farm Bureau Federation and the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commission.
Funded by private and public agencies, the PARC’s goal is to protect human health from diseased animals that can spread to people (zoonotic diseases), and to protect agricultural and natural resources by controlling predatory animals and property-destroying birds and rodents.
A full list of PARC members and meeting minutes are available online at agri.nv.gov.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) promotes a business climate that is fair, economically viable and encourages a sustainable environment that serves to protect food, fiber and human health and safety through effective service and education. NDA includes the divisions of Administration, Animal Industry, Consumer Equitability, Food and Nutrition and Plant Industry.