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Monday, April 15th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

March 13, 2018

Iowa Monarch Conservation Strategy: upward of nearly a million acres for monarch habitat by 2038

The Iowa Monarch Conservation Consortium has set a goal of acres devoted to monarch butterfly habitat in the state by 2038. “The consortium has worked collaboratively with diverse stakeholders to develop a comprehensive plan to expand habitat on our agricultural land, urban areas, roadsides, and other public land. We appreciate the many partners that have

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Interest builds in competitive high school bass fishing in North Dakota

MINOT, N.D. — High school fishing is in its infancy in North Dakota, but some students are already eyeing the opportunity to join the growing national trend. North Dakota now has a tournament for fishermen of high school age scheduled for this summer at Nelson Lake. Badlands Bass Bandits President Paul Reinbold told the Minot

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In Pennsylvania, working to keep natural landmarks open, but safe

LANCASTER, Pa. — Despite a tricky and manpower-intensive rescue of a teenager, Wind Cave in southern Lancaster County will not be closed to public use. Warning signs, however, will be erected at access points to the popular cave, said Phil Wenger, president and CEO of the Lancaster County Conservancy, which will take over ownership of

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