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March 17, 2023

Wisconsin DNR’s Adam Payne gets his senate review

The Wisconsin Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy held its first meeting in taking up the possible confirmation of Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Secretary-Designee Adam Payne.
Payne can serve as DNR secretary designee until the full senate votes. Payne emphasized the importance of taking care of the land, and how his past work helps to prepare him for this job.

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Rainbow trout: A welcomed invasive to Pennsylvania

I was surprised to read an article recently that characterized the rainbow trout as an invasive species throughout much of the world. In my youth, local stocked streams received lots of both brook and rainbow trout. I don’t recall brown trout being a part of the mixture, although friends and I knew of some local small creeks that held wild brown trout, smaller flows that were not stocked. 

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Michigan’s deer management stirs up differing points of view

The next time you’re in an argument about deer, or just taking umbrage at what another person is saying, proposing or doing with or about them, consider this: You might be talking about a different animal.
Not different species. All of Michigan’s white-tailed deer are Odocoileus virginianus. But the place and space they occupy in people’s minds is different.

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Steelhead population progresses in Minnesota waters of Lake Superior

The steelhead (rainbow trout) population in Minnesota waters of Lake Superior is growing again with the hopes of fisheries managers that it can return to the levels of the 1950s and ’60s. Lake Superior DNR Fisheries officials have used more than 15 years of management plans to bring steelhead back to fishable levels.

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Growing popularity of Archery in the Schools events takes commitment from many

“We started with seven kids and one bow,” remembered Jim Moyer. “Our target was a cardboard box on a hillside behind the school.”
Moyer, the coach for the New Lexington Archery team in Ohio, smiled as he recalled the humble beginnings of the school’s archery program.
On Feb. 18, New Lexington Middle School hosted a fun shoot that saw 280 young archers from across 12 school districts, one church, and a group of homeschooled students do their best from 10 and 15 meters.

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