The head of Idaho's Department of Fish and Game is retiring. Cal Groen says he will step down at the end of March. Groen joins Joan Cartan-Hansen for a look back at his tenure.
Groen was appointed to the director position in January 2007, promising to stay for four years. He will talk about his accomplishments as director and his biggest disappointment - not being allowed to manage the state's wolf population. Groen will also discuss his retirement plans: to hunt and fish more and to help his son establish an orphanage in Tanzania.
Full Show: "Cal Groen Retiring"
Web Extra: "Cal Groen: Hunting and Technology"