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February 2, 2018

Wisconsin DNR names new carnivore specialist

MADISON, Wis. — Officials with the state DNR have chosen a new person to oversee wolf, bear and cougar management. Scott Walter will serve as the agency’s new large carnivore specialist. Walter most recently worked as director of conservation programs for the Ruffed Grouse Society. He also has served as the DNR’s upland wildlife ecologist

Wisconsin DNR sets hearing on Foxconn water diversion

MADISON, Wis. — The public will get a chance to sound off in March about Racine officials’ request to pull 7 million gallons of water per day from Lake Michigan to serve a massive Foxconn Technology plant. The state DNR announced Wednesday that they’ve scheduled a public hearing on the request for March 7 in

Minnesota farmer breaks family tradition, raises elk

MONTGOMERY, Minn. — On top of a hill, slightly outside of Montgomery, a farm sits. The farm got its name, Turek’s Arctic Hillcrest, from the blistering cold winds that can blow during a January morning. However, the elk that occupy that farm have no complaints. Co-owned by Darrell Turek and Shelia Krukowski, the farm has been

Minnesota snowmobile clubs groom trails, create community

BYRON, Minn. — Jim Miesbauer, chatting as he stood next to a warm fire at the Douglas Trail parking lot in Douglas, paused suddenly in mid-sentence and looked south down the trail. “A sled’s coming,” he said. Not until several more seconds had passed did the whine of the engine reach the ears of the

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