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Retired officer named TIP officer of the year
Former Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Roger Tietz has been named the 2015 Joe Alexander Conservation Officer of the Year for his contributions to the Turn in Poachers (TIP) program. “Although he retired in last October, Tietz … Full Story ...
Husband and wife ATV team honored by DNR
Teamwork is what best describes Tim and Scarlett Feiler of Royalton as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2015 ATV Volunteer Instructors of the Year. Avid ATVers, they have headed up the ATV safety classes for the Royalton area … Full Story ...
DNR invites public input on Mississippi Blufflands State Trail
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is hosting an open house Friday, June 3, for those interested in planning the Mississippi Blufflands State Trail in Goodhue County. The open house will be at the Lake City Public Library, 210 S. … Full Story ...
Record number of watercraft inspectors on Minnesota lakes this year
The 2016 Minnesota boating season will be another record-breaker, with more than 800 watercraft inspectors helping to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species in Minnesota. Counties employ and supervise the vast majority of the inspectors, all trained by the … Full Story ...
Anglers can help with important studies underway on Mille Lacs Lake
Anglers fishing Mille Lacs Lake can help the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources collect essential data needed for improving walleye fishing in the near future. “Although this year’s regulations don’t let anglers keep any walleye, catching them and sharing information … Full Story ...
Minnesota youth takes top spot in national archery competition
Minnesota archers had a strong showing in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Nationals, May 12-14, in Louisville, Kentucky. For the first time, a Minnesotan was a first place finisher. Rowen McAllister of St. Croix Preparatory Academy in … Full Story ...
Annual list of potential timber harvest sites available for review
The annual list of potential timber harvest sites on state-administered forest land is now available for public review, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Comments will be accepted until June 22. The list of potential harvest sites is … Full Story ...
State parks expand self-service options as attendance continues setting records
Heading into the first major holiday weekend of 2016, Minnesota state parks have already seen a record number of visitors. Compared with 2015, year-to-date sales of one-day permits are up 41 percent, sales of year-round permits are up 24 percent … Full Story ...
DNR to hold open house on St. Croix State Park management plan
The Parks and Trails Division at the Department of Natural Resources is beginning the process of creating a master plan to guide future development and operations at St. Croix State Park. Anyone interested in learning more about the state … Full Story ...
Be safe with campfires
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone to be safe with campfires this Memorial Day weekend and into the summer. “Spending time with family and friends around a campfire is a popular Minnesota tradition,” said Linda Gormanson, DNR … Full Story ...
Keep aquarium pets and plants out of Minnesota lakes and rivers
With warmer weather and the end of the school year, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds teachers and hobbyists it is illegal to release aquarium animals and plants into the wild. One example commonly found in classrooms, the red … Full Story ...
DNR partners with St. Paul Saints on special ticket offer
Anyone with a 2016 Minnesota hunting or fishing license can receive a special offer on tickets to select St. Paul Saints games by visiting the deal Web page, through a partnership between the Saints and the Minnesota Department of Natural … Full Story ...
Drying conditions increase potential for wildfires
With windy and dry conditions throughout the state, and no rain predicted until Monday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging people to be cautious with fire. “People should continue to check fire conditions to avoid having an unintended … Full Story ...
Minnesota state parks campsites still available for Memorial Day weekend
Several Minnesota state parks and recreation areas—mostly in the northwestern region of the state—still have campsites available for Memorial Day weekend. Parks that had at least a dozen campsites still available for the entire three-day weekend (as of May 16) … Full Story ...
Trout stocking to change in Finland, Grand Marais and Tower areas
Trout stocking patterns will change in a number of lakes in northeastern Minnesota while the state’s Crystal Springs hatchery undergoes disinfection and recertification procedures, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The strain of brook trout that would normally … Full ...
Apply now to hunt elk in Minnesota
Hunters have until Friday, June 17, to apply for one of seven elk licenses offered this year by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “The number of hunting licenses available is influenced by the state’s elk management plan,” said … Full Story ...
DNR encourages Minnesotans to learn about wetlands
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is encouraging residents to learn more about the state’s wetlands habitats during May, American Wetlands Month. American Wetlands Month was created in 1991 to draw attention to the tremendous assets of wetlands. Healthy wetlands … Full Story ...
Want to cast with company? Ask a friend to go fishing
By Jeff Ledermann, DNR angler recruitment, retention and education supervisor What is one of the best ways to get kids interested in fishing? Have them bring a friend! Sharing experiences with others can make them more meaningful, memorable and fun. … Full Story ...
Spring is a great time to plant trees
With the warm weather, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds homeowners and forest landowners that spring is an excellent time to plant trees. There are many good reasons to plant trees. Deciduous trees—those that shed their leaves in the … Full Story ...
Reminder: It is illegal to uproot aquatic plants using hydraulic jets
Aquatic plants help keep lakes clean and support fish populations – reasons why each year the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds lakeshore property owners about a type of product that can damage lake bottoms. These devices resemble a fan … Full Story ...
The Minnesota Legislature was left with some unfinished business after their Sunday deadline passed this week. Do you think Gov. Mark Dayton should call for a special session so the lawmakers can tie up these loose ends?
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