The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) has hired Bruce Wojcik, a Michigan native who holds a BS degree in Wildlife form the Univ. of WI-Madison. Bruce will be the RGS Regional Director for Michigan and Northern Indiana.

He will be responsible for growing both membership and chapters in those states as well as for coordinating RGS' on-the-ground mission-related conservation efforts.


He will work with other conservation organizations and public agencies on regional habitat restoration projects.

Bruce has worked in the conservation field for over a decade and is no stranger to the Regional Director position. He has worked in this capacity for Ducks Unlimited and has also served as a Senior Regional Director for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. He was born and raised in Detroit, MI and has been dedicated to conservation and conservation organizations nearly his entire life.

“His background in conservation speaks for itself. He will be a great fit for the Michigan area. I think he will make an excellent addition to the field staff and I look forward to working with him,” said Senior Regional Director, Mark Fouts.