- Associated Press - Thursday, March 6, 2014

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Gov. Peter Shumlin has appointed two new members to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board.

Cheryl Frank Sullivan of Underhill has been appointed to represent Chittenden County. She replaces Edward Gallo, whose term has expired.

An employee at the University of Vermont, she has a master’s degree in plant and soil science specializing in the biological control of insect pests and a bachelor’s degree in environmental science with a focus on conservation biology.

Johanna Laggis of East Hardwick has been appointed to represent Caledonia County, replacing Craig Lantagne of Lyndonville, whose term has expired. She farms with her family in East Hardwick, where they milk 500 Jersey cows.

The 14-member board is an advisory group of Vermont citizens that votes on fish and wildlife regulations. Members serve six-year terms.



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