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March 10, 2011

HI: DLNR announces temporary Deep 7 bottomfish season closure in State marine waters

Honolulu – The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) announces a fishing season closure for Deep 7 bottomfish species in State marine waters, effective March 12 through August 31, 2011. Deep 7 bottomfish species include onaga, opakapaka, ehu, kalekale, gindai, lehi and hapu‘upu‘u. During the closed season, commercial and non-commercial fishing for Deep 7 […]

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CT: Wild Turkey Hunting Safety Seminars

Connecticut Conservation Education/Firearms Safety Program Be well prepared for Spring Turkey Hunting Season, April 27 through May 28, 2011 Spring turkey hunting season is just around the corner, beginning April 27 through May 28, 2011, and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced two upcoming Wild Turkey Hunting Safety Seminars scheduled for Saturday, March

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CT: DEP: $2.7 Million Available for Grants to Restore Quinnipiac River Groundwater Resources

Applications Due on May 26 The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that approximately $2.7 million in settlement funds are available for projects to help preserve or acquire groundwater resources in the Quinnipiac River Basin. The settlement money is from a case involving natural resources damage at the Old Southington Landfill Federal Superfund

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CT: DEP Reminds Boaters of Possible Dangerous Water Conditions Due to High Water Levels

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) reminds boaters of potential dangerous conditions since many of Connecticut’s waterways are at or near flood stage. The characteristics of the waterways can change dramatically and become extremely dangerous during flooding conditions, even for experienced boaters or paddlers. As a precaution, boaters should not enter waters where the

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Turkey Hunting Time in Georgia: Season Opens March 26

Opening day of the Georgia turkey hunting season is Sat., Mar. 26 and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division anticipates that the 2011 season should be fair, with harvest likely down from the 2010 season. Statistics from the 2010 season harvest summary indicate that an estimated 47,275 resident Georgia hunters bagged 34,001

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DE: Governor announces investment in Delaware Bay jobs and oyster reefs

At one of Delaware’s most picturesque towns along Route 9, the fishing village of Leipsic in Kent County, Governor Jack Markell today announced the state’s plan to invest in habitat that will help restore and stabilize the oyster population in the Delaware Bay. The Governor was joined by Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental

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MN: Calendar of Events Issue: 10

Banquets/Fundraisers. March 11: Aitkin Gobblers NWTF Banquet, Aitkin American Legion. For more info call Bonnie Carlson, 218-927-2616. March 11: Kittson County DU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Hallock City Hall. For more info call Rodney Bakken, 218-843-1492. March 12: MilleLacs Benton PF Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Henry’s Banquet Center. For more info call Dennis Sowada, 320-393-4214. March 12: Upper Minnesota River

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