Rob Drieslein

Title Issue
The fine (easement) print in federal duck stamp increase legislation

The fine (easement) print in federal duck stamp increase legislation

Prohibit acquisition with the proposed $10 increase in the cost of the federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp? No thanks.

August 2014
An extreme Superior summer family vacation on land and water

An extreme Superior summer family vacation on land and water

Making memories: Visiting Hayward’s Fishing Hall of Fame and sea kayaking on the world’s largest freshwater lake

August 2014

The Minnesota Vikings and the Mississippi River flyway’s new Bird-o-Matic

Of birds, football, and the NFL: Minnesota’s favorite sports franchise can’t take the high road? Also, a recap from ICAST 2014

June 2014
Segment on Ron Schara’s program urges support for Land and Water Conservation Fund

Segment on Ron Schara’s program urges support for Land and Water Conservation Fund

Speaking of Schara, congratulations on 20-year broadcast anniversary(!), and speaking of video, Outdoor News editor appears on National Geographic Channel’s new program The Savage Line.

June 2014
Outdoor News Radio broadcast live from the 2014 Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener

Outdoor News Radio broadcast live from the 2014 Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Opener

Fishing license sales have rebounded this spring from the same time a year ago, plus a resolution from the Izaak Walton League of America regarding a proposed early blue-winged teal hunting season

May 2014
Grab bag: Fish shelter removal deadlines, moose, and happy retirement to Gene Merriam

Grab bag: Fish shelter removal deadlines, moose, and happy retirement to Gene Merriam

Former DNR Commissioner Gene Merriam and outdoors advocate announces retirement from his position as president of the Freshwater Society

February 2014

Successful ice fishing, predator hunting, and trapping during winter’s coldest days

With the right clothing and other gear, you can recreate comfortably in the heart of the polar vortex.

January 2014
Pheasant Summit delivers lots of hand-wringing, but how about results?

Pheasant Summit delivers lots of hand-wringing, but how about results?

Does anyone believe that the agriculture industry will tolerate serious landscape level changes that benefit wildlife habitat in South Dakota?

December 2013
California filmmaker profiles the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s federal Duck Stamp contest

California filmmaker profiles the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s federal Duck Stamp contest

Kickstarter campaign helps fund a documentary, The Million Dollar Duck, which profiles the world’s preeminent waterfowl art competition

December 2013
Sacred ground: A visit to the Aldo Leopold Shack and Center in central Wisconsin

Sacred ground: A visit to the Aldo Leopold Shack and Center in central Wisconsin

Aldo Leopold’s A Sand County Almanac was published in 1949, but the conservation tome’s words still ring true today – especially when touring the landscape that inspired it.

November 2013
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