Blair appointed to Missouri Conservation Commission

Gov. Jay Nixon has named a St. Louis businessman — and grandson of a former governor — to the Missouri Conservation Commission.

Republican James T. Blair IV is a longtime conservationist who’s been active in several groups, including the Conservation Federation of Missouri and local, state and national committees for Ducks Unlimited.

He can begin serving on the commission immediately, but the state Senate must confirm his appointment in January.

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