LDWF enforcement agent recognized at November commission meeting

Shikar-Safari Club Representative Lea Perez presents the 2019 Shikar-Safari Club International 2019 Conservation Officer of the Year award to Sgt. Michael Garrity (Capt. Bryan Marie right). (Photo courtesy LDWF)
Shikar-Safari Club Representative Lea Perez presents the 2019 Shikar-Safari Club International 2019 Conservation Officer of the Year award to Sgt. Michael Garrity (Capt. Bryan Marie right). (Photo courtesy LDWF)

A Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agent was honored at the Nov. 5 Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting held in Baton Rouge.

Shikar-Safari Club International presented their 2019 Conservation Officer of the Year award for Louisiana to LDWF Sgt. Michael Garrity, of Slidell. The Shikar-Safari award recognizes an agent from each state for outstanding efforts in conservation law enforcement.

Sgt. Garrity has been an LDWF agent for over 20 years and mainly patrols the coastal parishes for oyster enforcement. Sgt. Garrity is a part of the Oyster and Seafood Strike Force and he has helped this unit make oyster and other commercial fishing cases.

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