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Peter C. Biermeier

Chief of External Relations, Planning and Trails

DNR

HQ Phone:  (651) 259-5400

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DNR

500 Layfayette Road

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55155

United States

Company Description

In keeping with our mission, the DNR is dedicated to working with the citizens and businesses of Wisconsin while preserving and enhancing the natural resources of Wisconsin. In partnership with individuals and organizations, DNR staff manage fish, wildlife, fo... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Recreation, Planning and Development Chief

Wisconsin Department of Transportation


Operations and Planning Section Chief

Friends of Wisconsin State Parks


Community Development Director

Ayres Associates Inc


Section Chief for External Relations, Trails and Planning

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources


Chief of External Relations, Planning and Trails

state Bureau of Parks


Affiliations

atLarge Inc

Board Member


Education

Bethel University


degree

UW-Eau Claire


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GRANITE PEAK expansion CONTINUES - City Pages

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Granite Peak in January hired Peter Biermeier, CEO of Madison-based consulting firm Circ360 and former Section Chief of Recreation, Planning and Development for the state, to help kick the project into high gear.
Expansion plans to add 155 acres of beginner and intermediate runs slowed as they reached early DNR processes, but hiring Biermeier is meant to help spark the development. Biermeier, who retired last year from the DNR, is familiar with how the agency works and can help do the work on the front end to make sure the DNR approval process goes smoothly. Granite Peak is still finalizing the ski expansion plans and expects to submit them to the DNR Board by the first quarter of 2017. That could mean the project would see DNR approval by the end of 2017, Biermeier says. Tags Peter Biermeier News Granite Peak Wausau news snowboard Outdoors ski


www.ppulse.com

"I think it's really important that if you have split hunting areas in a park that they have to be easily definable with road, trail, mowed area or something and adequate signage," said committee member Peter Biermeier, section chief of recreation planning and development for the DNR.
"Those are the kinds of discussions we really had a lot of when we first met." At the meeting, representatives talked about the unique needs of many parks. Biermeier said some parks may be totally closed to hunting, but couldn't say which.


www.justnorth.com

Funds from the sale of trail passes are used by the State Parks Program for maintenance and management, according to Peter Biermeier, chief of external relations, planning and trails for the DNR Bureau of Parks and Recreation.A recent study of state park system enforcement policies found that a significant number of trail users required to have a trail pass did not have one when they were encountered by trail officials."Basically we found that compliance with the requirement to purchase the trail pass before using the trail was not good, especially compared to activities such as fishing or hunting, where most people would never consider undertaking the activity before they purchase their license," Biermeier says.By purchasing their trail pass, users are helping keep the Wisconsin State Trail systems one of the preeminent systems in the nation," Biermeier says.


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Peter Biermeier, Wisconsin DNR, 608/264-6136


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Funds from the sale of trail passes are used by the State Parks Program for maintenance and management, according to Peter Biermeier, chief of external relations, planning and trails for the DNR Bureau of Parks and Recreation. A recent study of state park system enforcement policies found that a significant number of trail users required to have a trail pass did not have one when they were encountered by trail officials. "Basically we found that compliance with the requirement to purchase the trail pass before using the trail was not good, especially compared to activities such as fishing or hunting, where most people would never consider undertaking the activity before they purchase their license," Biermeier says. A new volunteer trail ambassador program will also be launched this year - volunteers will sell trail passes along State Trails and offer other basic assistance to trail users.The trail ambassador program is being piloted this year on the Military Ridge State Trail.The program is being coordinated through state trail friends groups.People who are interested in the program should contact their local state trail friends group through the Friends of Wisconsin State Parks Web site [http://www.fwsp.org/]. "The revenue lost from people using the trails without purchasing a trail pass means there are fewer funds available for trail maintenance and improvement, and for developing new trails.By purchasing their trail pass, users are helping keep the Wisconsin State Trail systems one of the preeminent systems in the nation," Biermeier says.


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