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Minnesota state parks make all campsites reservable and begin taking same-day reservations
Campsites at Gooseberry Falls State Park, Tettegouche State Park and other Minnesota state parks on the North Shore are currently “full” for Memorial Day Weekend, but hundreds of previously unreservable sites at these parks will become available and reservable early … Full Story ...
2016 Arbor Month celebrates the health benefits of trees
Trees help reduce skin cancer. They reduce stressful noises and keep the air clean. These are just a few of the many ways trees help people stay healthy. During Arbor Month, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources urges everyone to … Full Story ...
Springtime offers spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities
By Kristi Coughlon, DNR northwest region public information officer Springtime is upon us, and for Christine Herwig, it’s the beginning of a busy and opportunity-rich field season of research. As the Department of Natural Resources northwest region nongame wildlife program … Full Story ...
Clean water, improved habitat boost lake sturgeon recovery in St. Louis River
Following years of clean water improvements and habitat projects, lake sturgeon are returning to the St. Louis River in larger numbers. Fisheries staff at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are embarking on a new research project to study their … Full Story ...
DNR to conduct aerial sandhill crane survey in northwestern Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will conduct an aerial survey of sandhill cranes during May in the northwestern part of the state. With appropriate conditions, the survey is planned to begin around May 5. The survey will occur in … Full Story ...
Get out there: Fishing already open for many species
Each year about 500,000 anglers flock to the water on the opening day of the fishing season for walleye, northern pike, bass and trout in lakes. Despite all the opener fanfare, fishing already is open for a variety of species. … Full Story ...
Landowners, local governments reviewing preliminary buffer map
Landowners, counties and watershed districts are now reviewing the preliminary map of Minnesota public waters requiring protective buffers. Landowners who have buffers identified on their property can work with their local soil and water conservation district or drainage authority to … Full St ...
Conservation officer to retire after 33 years
He picked a career that he thought could make a difference. Enjoying hunting and fishing at an early age, and seeing enough resource law violations to be concerned about the future, Greg Payton picked a career in which he thought … Full Story ...
Baby bison arriving at Blue Mounds State Park
The first bison calf has been born at Blue Mounds State Park near Luverne in southwestern Minnesota, and up to 25 more are expected, according to Park Manager Chris Ingebretsen. “This is an exciting time to visit the park,” Ingebretsen … Full Story ...
Water Action Week: Personal responsibility key to preventing aquatic invasive species spread
With boating and fishing season almost here, the Department of Natural Resources is issuing a reminder that preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species is everyone’s personal responsibility. As part of Water Action Week in Minnesota, DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr … Full Story ...
Purchase a walleye stamp to support statewide walleye fishing
By voluntarily purchasing a $5 walleye stamp, anglers can support a walleye stocking program that broadens the distribution of lakes where anglers can pursue Minnesota’s state fish. “Because of walleye stocking, you can go just about anywhere in Minnesota and … Full Story ...
DNR to implement northeast deer permit area changes in 2017
Public response to a proposal to re-align a handful of deer permit areas in the northeast part of the state has prompted the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to wait to implement the change in 2017. “We remain committed to … Full Story ...
Minnesota’s oldest state park turns 125
After visiting the headwaters of the Mississippi River, taking a walk through the pines along Maadaadizi Trail and meeting “Lars the Logger,” more than 200 fourth graders from Bagley and Park Rapids elementary schools capped off their April 20 field … Full Story ...
Wildfire Prevention Week is April 17-23
Every year in Minnesota, wildfires cause property losses, injuries and threaten the lives of fire fighters. To raise awareness of this danger, April 17-23 is Wildfire Prevention Week in Minnesota. Most Minnesota wildfires happen in the spring between the time … Full Story ...
Take safety precautions while turkey hunting
With the start of spring wild turkey season, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources urges hunters to be sure of their target before they shoot. Jerry Cusick has taught firearms safety classes for the DNR for the past 21 years. … Full Story ...
Be on the lookout for early season boating conditions and hazards
Boaters eager to hit newly thawed lakes and rivers across the state should be on the lookout for debris in the water and the potential for ice-damaged ramps at public water accesses. Fluctuating water levels in the early spring can … Full Story ...
Share the passion for fishing; DNR has a license to fit
An angler casts into a glassy lake on a warm spring day in southern Minnesota. Up north, an angler looks out on choppy waves breaking up a distant horizon. In still another reach of the state, the sun rises as … Full Story ...
Take the Boat Minnesota online course by April 23, save 50 percent
Discounted fee offered as part of national Spring Aboard boating education campaign Boaters of all ages and skill levels have the opportunity to save 50 percent on the Boat Minnesota online boating course if they enroll by Saturday, April 23. … Full Story ...
DNR fisheries summer fieldwork schedule on Aitkin area lakes
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Aitkin area fisheries staff has announced the assessment schedule for the 2016 field season. The DNR conducts fisheries surveys and assessments on a regular basis to monitor changes in fish populations, and to determine … Full Story ...
Burning restrictions extend to additional Minnesota counties April 18
As snow in the northern part of the state continues to melt and the chances of wildfires increase, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will restrict debris burning in three additional counties beginning April 18. Without snow cover, the exposed … Full Story ...
Voting Rights for Felons
Currently, felons in Minnesota must fulfill their probations or parole before having their voting rights restored, but some Minnesota senators believe these voting rights should be restored sooner for felons who are no longer incarcerated. Do you agree?
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