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October 4, 2017

GOP bill would end Wisconsin wetland development permits

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Republicans are pushing to allow developers to build on state wetlands without any oversight after passing a $3 billion incentives package for a Foxconn Technology Group plant exempting the facility from a host of environmental regulations. The Foxconn incentives bill allows the Taiwanese company to fill wetlands without permits. Conservationists and Republican supporters […]

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Fond du Lac Band putting wild rice lakes back on the map in eastern Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. — An American Indian tribe is working to restore wild rice to five eastern Minnesota lakes. The work is being done by The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. The band is trying to mimic the hydrology that existed in reservation lakes before it was disrupted by canals, Minnesota Public

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Whitetails Unlimited, Wisconsin DNR team on apple tree project

Whitetails Unlimited recently partnered with the Wisconsin DNR to plant mini-apple orchards on various public hunting lands throughout Wisconsin. Each mini-orchard will consist of eight to 12 apple trees. According to a Whitetails Unlimited news release, the project will not only create an additional food source for white-tailed deer, but also generate additional deer hunting

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Great Lakes youth archers find early success at world championships

Archers from the Great Lakes region made their mark early in the World Archery Youth Championships. More than 500 of the world’s top youth archers from 65 countries are competing in the week-long championships, being held in Rosario, Argentina. Standing out for the U.S. in qualifying was the compound cadet women’s team, which has won every

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