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New members appointed to Parks and Trails Legacy Advisory Committee
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr, Metropolitan Council Chairman Adam Duininck, and Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission Chairman Al Lieffort have appointed seven new members to the committee that advises on the use of Legacy Amendment … Full ...
Back from cancer, Kevin Lines will battle decline in pheasants
Longtime conservationist and cancer survivor Kevin Lines knows a thing or two about beating the odds. Doctors told him in 2012 that he needed a bone marrow transplant to survive. Now he’s back to work taking on a project that … Full Story ...
DNR wildlife to hold second open house for proposed Gull River WMA
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is hosting a second informational open house to discuss the proposed Gull River wildlife management area (WMA) near Pillager. The open house will be held Saturday, March 21st from 2 – 4 p.m. … Full Story ...
DNR seeks comment on Tower area lake management plans
Citizens interested in commenting on Minnesota Department of Natural Resources strategies for managing Tower area lakes are encouraged to review draft management plans and ask questions or submit comments by Friday, March 20. Management plans describe the past, present and … Full Story ...
Ice fishing shelter removal dates fast approaching
Deadlines for removing fish houses, dark houses and portable shelters from state waterways are rapidly approaching, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Anglers are advised to remove shelters earlier if ice conditions warrant. Dates of removal are determined … Full Stor ...
New fishing regulations, more opportunities for anglers
Anglers will have more opportunities to fish for bass, sturgeon and trout this year thanks to changes in Minnesota’s fishing regulations. “This will be a great year to expand your fishing horizons in Minnesota,” said Al Stevens, fisheries program consultant … Full Story ...
DNR officer honored for dedication to state’s natural resources
The Minnesota Chapter of The Wildlife Society (MNTWS) has recognized a DNR conservation officer for his dedicated work in game, fish and wetlands protection. Conservation Officer Don Bozovsky, stationed in Hibbing since joining the DNR in 2004, received the chapter’s … Full Story ...
Proposed rule change would protect fish from viral disease
The public has until 4:30 p.m. Friday, March 27, to send written comments on simplifying rules designed to control a contagious fish disease. The rule change would also better protect fish spawning beds and fish preserves. Part of the rule … Full Story ...
2015 spring light goose hunt begins March 1
A spring conservation hunt on light geese will open Sunday, March 1, and run through Thursday, April 30. Light geese are snow geese, blue-phased snow geese and the smaller Ross’s goose. A federal conservation order, which permits the take of … Full Story ...
2014 fish, game and trapping licenses expire Feb. 28
Anglers are reminded that 2014 fish, game and trapping licenses expire on Saturday, Feb. 28. Some hunting and fishing seasons continue past Feb. 28, and new licenses are required. Licenses for 2015 now are available from Minnesota Department of Natural … Full Story ...
Learn how to make maple syrup at Minnesota state parks
Ever wonder how pure maple syrup gets from tree to table? Find out how to make a batch with tips from the experts at Minnesota state parks. Free demonstrations — and tasting opportunities — will take place March 7 through … Full Story ...
Reminder: grant-in-aid snowmobile trails on private lands open only for snowmobiling
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds trail users that grant-in-aid (GIA) snowmobile trails on private lands only allow snowmobiling. While lack of snow for grooming may make these trails appealing, other recreational uses are considered trespassing. The grant-in-aid program provides ...
Rehab public archery ranges through DNR grant program
Minnesota park and recreation departments that would like to improve or rehabilitate a recreational archery range can apply for funds through a new Department of Natural Resources grant program. Matching grants of $1,500 to $5,000 are available to city, county … Full Story ...
Volunteer safety training instructors honored
Two Minnesota hunter education instructors are being honored by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for 50 years of volunteer service to the program. Galen D. Allen of Burtrum, and Palmer K. Durdahl of Howard Lake began teaching hunter firearms … Full Story ...
DNR offers outdoor skills programs for women and families
Women and families wanting to learn how to hunt, fish and develop skills in other outdoor recreational activities can find a wide range of hands-on learning opportunities in the 2015 Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) catalog. “Both women and families … Full Story ...
Minnesota’s moose population remains at low levels
Data from the aerial moose survey just completed indicate that the downward trend in the statewide moose population continues, even though there has been no statistical change in the population during the past few years. Results of the Minnesota Department … Full Story ...
It’s easy to help the birds and bees at tax time: Just look for the loon
Carrol Henderson is puzzled. On the one hand, he’s seen ample evidence that Minnesotans love the outdoors and nature. But he also knows that when it comes to a simple step people might take this time of year to help … Full Story ...
Truck driver cited, fined for transporting zebra mussels near Winona
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has issued a civil citation and a $500 fine to a construction company truck driver for transporting zebra mussels. In mid-December, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) and contract inspectors found dead zebra mussels on … Full Story ...
Officers find too many cases of ice anglers leaving trash behind
Recent weekly activity reports from conservation officers (COs) with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are full of evidence of various types of refuse being discarded along frozen waterways. “Once again, the most common complaint dealt with while on patrol … Full Story ...
DNR seeks comments on environmental review for Roseau River Wildlife Management Area project
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is accepting public comments on an environmental assessment worksheet (EAW) prepared for the Roseau River Wildlife Management Area (WMA) pool enhancement project, located within 4 miles of the Canadian border in the northwestern corner … Full Story ...
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