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North Dakota Game and Fish director explains successes, challenges in 2021

North Dakota utilized electronic posting in 2021 and Jeb Williams says it has received positive feedback.

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BISMARCK — In this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors Mike Anderson sits down with North Dakota Game and Fish Department director Jeb Williams to review highlights and challenges of 2021, and preview what lies ahead in 2022.

North Dakota utilized electronic posting in 2021 and Williams says it has received positive feedback.

Drought conditions were a challenge for several areas in the state but Williams says there will be more opportunities — and more accessible land — in the new year.

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