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Mr. Greg Kvale

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Board Member

Minnesota Muskie & Pike Alliance

Employment History

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Fraune's comments did not sit well ..., 1 Dec 2015 [cached]
Fraune's comments did not sit well with Greg Kvale, also a retired DNR employee who had worked with Fraune on land acquisition through his role in the DNR Forestry Division.
Kvale, a board member of the Minnesota Muskie & Pike Alliance, contacted Outdoor News a few days after the meeting to make the point that Fraune was as responsible as anybody for muskies not being more widely distributed in the Brainerd area.
"You won't find a muskie lake stocked in that particular work area because Joe hated them," Kvale said.
The South Long lakes were slightly ..., 15 Mar 2011 [cached]
The South Long lakes were slightly different and had some issues," said Greg Kvale of the Brainerd Lakes Chapter of Muskies, Inc.
Greg Kvale of the Brainerd ..., 17 Sept 2010 [cached]
Greg Kvale of the Brainerd Lakes Area Chapter of Muskies Inc. agreed that Upper and Lower South Long lakes may not be ideal candidates for muskie fisheries, saying that the DNR might want to consider altering its criteria of proposing possible muskie lakes. But he continues to support the DNR as it attempts to broaden muskie fishing opportunities in the state, adding that he plans to deliver 1,500 signed petitions to the DNR from Muskies Inc. members backing the proposals.
"I understand the concerns down there (on Upper and Lower South Long Lake)," Kvale said.
"I would like to see something on Gull lake or North Long, definitely larger waters with the potential for trophy muskies," Kvale said.
Bird Dog & Retriever News December / January 2004 Page 43, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
"As always, the vast majority of our state forest roads will be open for people to use and enjoy," said Greg Kvale, DNR forest roads specialist."However, we want forest users to know that some segments will be temporarily gated if significant damage is likely to occur or if the road's condition represents a public safety concern." He said rainfall ­ both the amount and location - largely will determine where and when gates will be used."Our goal is to prevent the kind of road damage that occurs during autumn and spring break-up when soils are wet and heavy vehicles tread upon them," said Kvale.
Bemidji State University Center for Research and Innovation, 1 April 2005 [cached]
Greg Kvale Land & Road Program Coordinator, DNR Division of Forestry Kvale has thirteen years of experience with DNR Division of Lands and Minerals as a real estate appraiser, negotiator and.Previous to his current position, he spent thirteen years experience as a field and staff forester for the DNR Division of Forestry.
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