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Women new to archery or bow hunting can learn basics in DNR classes
Women new to archery or women who want to take their shooting to the next level and start bow hunting can register for classes this spring that will help them hit the mark, through the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program, … Full Story ...
Owners of resorts, campgrounds and rental businesses required to take aquatic invasive species training
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is offering aquatic invasive species training to owners of lake service provider businesses, so they can legally work in lakes and rivers throughout the state. Lake service provider businesses include resorts, outfitters and campgrounds … Full Sto ...
Public meeting will highlight proposed boundary changes to Cloquet area deer permit areas
The Department of Natural Resources will present a proposed boundary change for deer permit areas 181 and 182 near Cloquet at a public meeting Monday, March 6, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Cloquet High School cafeteria, 1000 … Full Story ...
Hunting for springs is important and enjoyable
by Greg Brick, DNR research analyst Anyone who enjoys the outdoors can help with important groundwater research by reporting springs to the Department of Natural Resources. A spring is any natural flow of water from an aquifer—an underground layer of … Full Story ...
New DNR app gives people chance to help with groundwater research
A new web-based app developed by the Department of Natural Resources gives people the ability to submit reports on the location of springs in Minnesota. The data will help researchers with important groundwater research. A spring is any natural flow … Full Story ...
Minnesota welcomes back bass tournament that wowed the pros
Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship to Return to Mille Lacs Lake Sept. 14-17 The 2016 tournament put Mille Lacs Lake in the spotlight: fishing pro after pro raving about hauling in multiple four-pound-plus smallmouth bass, a rainbow extending … Full Story ...
Reminder: Apply to learn how to hunt turkeys with a mentor
Youth and adults can apply through Monday, Feb. 13, to hunt turkeys for the first time under the guidance of experienced National Wild Turkey Federation volunteers. Hunts are Saturday, April 22, and Sunday, April 23, and a pre-hunt orientation is … Full Story ...
Lack of snow means burning restrictions will happen soon
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds woodland owners to take care of vegetative debris such as dry branches now, as annual open burning restrictions will take effect shortly after snowmelt. “This winter burning permits have been required in areas … Full Story ...
Removal of diseased oaks at Myre-Big Island State Park will create rare savanna habitat
The removal of more than 100 diseased oak trees at Myre-Big Island State Park will allow restoration of rare prairie oak savanna, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “Oak savanna was once one of the most common vegetation … Full Story ...
DNR seeks comments on Grand Rapids area lake and stream management plans
Citizens interested in learning about or commenting on Minnesota Department of Natural Resources strategies for managing Grand Rapids area lakes and streams have until Friday, March 10, to ask questions or submit comments. Management plans describe the past, present, and … Full Story ...
Mille Lacs Lake bass limit goes from 4 to 3 in May
Change will protect large fish and harvest opportunity Anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will be able to keep three bass starting Saturday, May 27, when the bass harvest season begins. Catch-and-release bass fishing opens the same day as the walleye … Full Story ...
DNR EagleCam captures eagle pair’s first eggs of season
The first eggs of the year for a perennially nesting pair of eagles can be seen on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources EagleCam at mndnr.gov/eaglecam. This is the fifth year that the same pair of bald eagles has been … Full Story ...
Minnesotans invited to help pick design for new pollinator critical habitat license plate
Minnesota motorists will soon have another vehicle license plate option to choose from to show their support of natural resources conservation, this one featuring a native pollinator. A panel of judges recently selected three finalists for the plate from a … Full Story ...
Cold temperatures create ideal tree pruning conditions
Winter is the ideal time to prune trees and help prevent the spread of diseases like oak wilt and Dutch elm, according to experts with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “My rule of thumb is when winter weather conditions … Full Story ...
Reminder: Give input on topics to be covered in state deer management plan
People interested in deer are encouraged to contribute ideas and feedback about possible deer management topics that will shape Minnesota’s first-ever deer management plan. “We’re asking people to let us know what they think about specific topics that could be … Full Story ...
DNR plans to sell nonferrous mineral leases
The Department of Natural Resources plans to hold a sale of state-owned metallic mineral leases for sites in northern Minnesota. The DNR invites public input on the areas under consideration, which include sites in Beltrami, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake of the … Full Story ...
Conference in Bloomington celebrates waterfowl and habitat
Waterfowl hunting, habitat management and biology – and the majesty of the Roseau River Wildlife Management Area – are among topics planned for the Minnesota Waterfowl Symposium, a one-day conference open to outdoor enthusiasts, hunters and natural resource experts. At … Full Story ...
DNR seeks comments on Finland area lake management plans
Citizens interested in learning about or commenting on Minnesota Department of Natural Resources strategies for managing Finland area lakes and streams have until Tuesday, Feb. 28 to ask questions or submit comments. Management plans describe the past, present, and desired … Full Story ...
Gov. Dayton proposes to bolster Minnesota’s natural resources and outdoor recreation
Minnesota’s world-class natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities would be maintained and improved under a budget being proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Minnesota has great fishing, access to millions of acres of public … Full Story ...
DNR announces appointments to committee on natural heritage
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr has appointed four new members to the Commissioner’s Advisory Committee on Natural Heritage. The committee advises the department on programs related to the state’s native prairies, forests, wetlands, and their native plants … ...
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