Alumna and faculty member one of three women on national conservation board
Minneapolis StarTribune
By Doug Smith
Toting a shotgun and trailing her pointing dogs, Nancy Anisfield is in her element hunting ruffed grouse, woodcock, pheasants and other game birds.
"That's my passion," she said.
She's also a photographer, outdoor writer and former commercial illustrator and English teacher.
And a trailblazer.
Anisfield, 59, of Vermont, is one of three women on Pheasant Forever's 17-member board of directors -- the largest female contingent since the Minnesota-based national conservation group was launched here in 1982.

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