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Starry stonewort confirmed in Upper Red Lake, Cass Lake
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed Minnesota’s third and fourth cases of the invasive algae starry stonewort, in Upper Red Lake in Beltrami County and Cass Lake, within the Leech Lake Reservation in Beltrami County. DNR invasive species … Full Story ...
Zebra mussels confirmed on Lake Minnewashta in Carver County
Close to Lake Minnetonka and other lakes with zebra mussels Invasive species specialists with the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have confirmed zebra mussels in Lake Minnewashta, a popular recreational lake near Lake Minnetonka. … Full Stor ...
Horse bridges at Fort Ridgely State Park undergo repair
Two damaged horse trail bridges at Fort Ridgely State Park in Fairfax will be repaired and ready for use in September and late November. The southern horse bridge over Fort Ridgely Creek is closed to pedestrians and equestrians due to … Full Story ...
Richfield artist wins 2017 trout and salmon stamp contest
Richfield artist Timothy Turenne has won the 2017 Minnesota Department of Natural Resources trout and salmon stamp contest with a painting of a brook trout. The painting was selected by judges from among 11 submissions for the annual contest. … Full Story ...
Roadside wildlife counts to be released Sept. 6
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will release its annual roadside wildlife survey on Tuesday, Sept. 6. The report summarizes roadside counts of pheasants, gray (Hungarian) partridge, cottontail rabbits, white-tailed jackrabbits and other wildlife observed in the early morning … ...
DNR appoints Rita Albrecht as northwest regional director
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr has appointed long-time public servant Rita Albrecht as the DNR’s northwest regional director in Bemidji. Albrecht has been a planner for the DNR’s northwest region for nearly three years; her new appointment … Full Story ...
DNR to close Mille Lacs walleye season Sept. 6
Estimated hooking mortality harvest exceeds quota by more than 16,000 pounds After eight Chippewa bands expressed strong concerns, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will close the Mille Lacs Lake catch-and-release walleye season on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Warm water temperatures … Full ...
DNR begins work on statewide deer management plan
Citizen participation encouraged The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has begun work on a new statewide deer management plan – a multi-phase project that will emphasize opportunities for citizen input and involvement. “The DNR values the statewide significance and cultural … Full Sto ...
Small game hunter survey results released
About the same number of small game hunters took to the field in 2015 compared to the year before. By species, the number of pheasant hunters was up slightly, with duck hunters stable and grouse hunters down slightly, according to … Full Story ...
Minnesota’s wolf population remains stable
Results from the latest wolf population survey show no significant change in Minnesota’s wolf population during the past four winters, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The latest survey results estimate that within Minnesota’s wolf range there were 439 … Full Story ...
DNR asks hunters to pass on radio-collared research bears
As the bear hunting season approaches, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is asking hunters to avoid shooting research bears that are marked with large, colorful ear tags and have radio-collars. Researchers with the DNR are monitoring about 30 … Full Story ...
2016 DNR State Fair exhibit fact sheet
Nature Rocks: Fish, Fossils, Forests, Oh My! Main building Historic DNR building at State Fair is celebrating 82nd anniversary this year. The 40-foot-high building opened Sept. 1, 1934. Approximately 500,000 people visit the DNR building and surrounding park area each … Full Story ...
Goose Lake fish habitat restoration underway
Access to re-open for duck opener A dredging project in a backwater area of the Mississippi River between Wabasha and Winona will improve conditions for fish and anglers, but it may cause some temporary inconvenience, according to the Minnesota Department … Full Story ...
Zebra mussels confirmed in 3 Minnesota lakes
Number of new finds similar to last year The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed three new reports of zebra mussels in central Minnesota lakes in the last week: Detroit Lake in Becker County, Signalness Lake (popularly known as … Full Story ...
Explore natural world wonders at DNR’s iconic state fair exhibit
Displays educate and entertain visitors A wide range of educational displays, exhibits, presentations along with music and entertainment highlight the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources annual exhibit at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair, which runs Aug. 25-Sept. 5. “The DNR … Full S ...
Share food and culture at Jay Cooke State Park on Aug. 28
Commemorate the 125th anniversary of Minnesota state parks and trails at a special event at Jay Cooke State Park on Sunday, Aug. 28, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. At this Sharing Community Gathering — Maado’ oonidiwag Akiing Mawanji’ idiwag … Full Story ...
Fall hours for bison viewing at Minneopa State Park begin Sept. 5
Beginning Monday, Sept. 5, the road through the 331-acre bison range at Minneopa State Park in Mankato will be open to vehicles from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Tuesday for bison viewing. This is a change from the … Full Story ...
City of Grand Rapids special deer hunt enters fourth season; Applications due Sept. 8
The city of Grand Rapids will hold its fourth special deer hunt this fall in an attempt to further reduce deer numbers within the city limits. Following back-to-back mild winters, higher than desired deer numbers have persisted within the city … Full Story ...
Minnesota State Forest Nursery seedling sales start today
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources state forest nursery is accepting orders for April and May 2017 seedling pickup or delivery. Millions of seedlings will be available for the 2017 spring planting season, including 22 species of native bareroot trees … Full Story ...
Roseau River WMA selected for Ducks Unlimited youth legacy plaque
A dedication ceremony will take place at the Roseau River Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Roseau County in northern Minnesota to honor youth members of the Minnesota Ducks Unlimited (DU) Legacy Greenwing program. The dedication ceremony at 4 p.m. Sunday, … Full Story ...
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