I intereviewed Tom Barrett ahead of the Tuesday, June 5 recall election. I also attempted to interview Gov. Scott Walker, but I did not receive any response to my phone calls and e-mails to him. I have followed the recall process and, as a journalist, I have covered the DNR and natural resource issues in …
June 4, 2012
Quite frankly, I’m sick of politics. I’m tired of the commercials, too. But, just because a person is tired of hearing about it, it doesn’t excuse one from paying attention. If you’re a sportsman or woman in Wisconsin, at least one of the major factors we consider when electing (or recalling) the next governor or
North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel, along with staff from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fish hatcheries, recently stocked 2.3 million pike fingerlings in 69 lakes and rivers across the state.
Family fishing days return this month to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s Outdoor Wildlife Learning Site.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding you that it is time to request a copy of the 2012-13 North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping Regulations Digest for the upcoming season.
Now that warm weather is finally here, lakes and ponds will be warming up and summer fish kills may be discovered in some bodies of water.
June 6 — The Rare Plants of Massachusetts, Cambridge– Grow Native Massachusetts is hosting a series of presentations February through June. DFW State Botanist Bryan Connolly will provide an overview of the broad diversity and threats to rare and endangered plants in Massachusetts. This free public lecture will be held at the Cambridge Public Library,
Everyone thinks their dog is the greatest. No matter what the size, the shape, the color, the age, they are all the best. And in their own ways they are. Different dogs are different things to different people at different times. They are all the greatest. So when I say Ben was the greatest, I
The Parks and Wildlife Commission will hear a series of presentations on the status of sage-grouse and receive several big game herd management plan updates during its monthly meeting in Craig.