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MN: Calendar of Events Issue: 17

Banquets/Fundraisers. April 29: Upper Root River DU Banquet, 6 p.m., Stewartville Sportsmans Club. For more info call Lynn Duncan, 507-280-6347. April 29: Rice County Sportfishing Assoc. Banquet, 6 p.m., American Legion, Faribault. For more info call Catherine Cap, 507-334-2372. April 29: Hawley Chapter DU Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Hawley Community Center. For more info call Bjarne Rustad, 701-238-4767. May …

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MN: Funding bills on agenda at Capitol

St. Paul – House and Senate committees were busy earlier this week assembling and, likely, approving bills that appropriate money generated by the Legacy Amendment. Both bills will include all four pots of Legacy money – habitat, clean water, parks and trails, and arts and culture. The Senate bill was slated to be unveiled Thursday

MN: Vacancies create gaps in some fisheries work

‘Emergency workers,’ volunteers, interns filling in some gaps St. Paul – For the past few years, the level of DNR Fisheries staff in 28 field offices around the state has continued on a downward path. More recent events – an early retirement option, for one thing – have accelerated the loss of personnel. Now, according

MN: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 17

District 1 – Baudette area CO Jeremy Woinarowicz (Thief River Falls) taught the law and ethics portion of the firearms safety class in East Grand Forks, attended new portable radio training, and monitored area beaver-trapping activities. Questions were answered regarding youth ATV operation and walleye fishing. CO Angie Warren (Thief River Falls) completed an investigation

MI: Baiting citations still high

Lansing – Illegal deer-baiting violations initially skyrocketed in 2008 when the state banned deer bait in the Lower Peninsula in response to a captive deer found with chronic wasting disease. But reported baiting violations and ticketed offenses have leveled off in the years since, although state officials say figures remain above historic levels. Dean Molnar,

MI: Cuffs and Collars Issue: 9

DISTRICT 1 CO Mark Leadman is following up on a minnow dealer who failed to renew his license from 2009 despite being warned about this last year. CO Trey Luce has been getting more and more complaints about dogs running deer. Unfortunately, the heavy snow crust is allowing dogs to easily run on top of

PA: Calendar of Events Issue: 9

Banquets/Fundraisers. April 28: Delaware Valley Chapter RGS Banquet, 6 p.m., Springfield Country Club. For more info call Jim D’Antonio, 610-722-9573. May 7: RMEF Banquet, 5 p.m., Uniontown Holiday Inn. For more info call Michelle Benedickt, 412-855-5501. May 7: Cumberland, Perry Branch, American Chestnut Foundation, Banquet, 4-8 p.m., Two Mile House, Carlisle. For more info call Susan, Smith,

PA: Coal reps slow down wild-trout waters OK

Harrisburg – Two years ago, when Fish & Boat Commissioner Bill Worobec announced his plan to have colleges and universities help the agency assess potential wild-trout streams, it was the Marcellus shale drilling industry he feared. With natural gas activities gobbling up and fragmenting the vast forests in his northcentral region of the state at

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