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Lessard-Sams council recommends MDHA’s Mark Johnson as new executive director

Lessard-Sams council recommends MDHA’s Mark Johnson as new executive director

The Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council on Tuesday voted to recommend hiring Mark Johnson as the group’s new executive director.

September 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
Searching for Morel Mushrooms

Searching for Morel Mushrooms

Morel mushrooms continue to reward and frustrate as morels are 'here today, gone tomorrow'

May 2014
Cuba is a lively place to visit

Cuba is a lively place to visit

“You’re going to Cuba?” everyone we told exclaimed in wonder. “I didn’t think that was possible.”

April 2014
DNR discovers that eagle cam bird was once treated at Raptor Center

DNR discovers that eagle cam bird was once treated at Raptor Center

A bald eagle that has had thousands of people across the country glued to their computer screens for the past couple months may well be the natural world’s equivalent of a comeback kid, according to officials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and The Raptor Center.

April 2014
Remington Arms announces voluntary recall affecting Model 700 and Model Seven rifles

Remington Arms announces voluntary recall affecting Model 700 and Model Seven rifles

Remington Arms Company, on Friday announced a voluntary recall of Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with X-Mark Pro (“XMP”) triggers, manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014.

April 2014
Burning restrictions to take effect Monday in central Minnesota

Burning restrictions to take effect Monday in central Minnesota

The DNR will place burning restrictions over the central part of the state beginning April 14 because fire danger is expected to rapidly increase as winds pick up and snow continues to melt.

April 2014
Federal funding sweetens DNR’s pot

Federal funding sweetens DNR’s pot

Anyone who’s attempted to buy some particular types of ammunition probably won’t be surprised by the news from Washington last week

March 2014
Muskie size limit debate continues at state Capitol

Muskie size limit debate continues at state Capitol

Game and Fish bills in the state House and Senate continue making progress, and the two bills look relatively similar.

March 2014
Bill to repeal new conservation easement law is on life support

Bill to repeal new conservation easement law is on life support

Despite a setback, legislators still hope to reinstate the incentives for conservation easements.

March 2014
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