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December 7, 2023

New York’s third holiday week hunt set to commence Dec. 26-Jan. 1

Late muzzleloading season in the Southern Zone continues to be later than ever. For the third year (since 2021), New York’s holiday-week hunt – which allows hunters in most of the Southern Zone to use a muzzleloader, bow or crossbow – is set for Dec. 26 through Jan. 1.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation implemented the hunt in 2021. DEC’s goal for creating the hunt was to allow families, particularly young hunters, more time in the woods together.

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Madison resident Jim Trumpy named 2023 State Natural Areas Volunteer Steward of the Year by Wisconsin DNR

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced Madison resident Jim Trumpy as the 2023 State Natural Areas Volunteer Steward of the Year for his contributions to Mazomanie Oak Barrens State Natural Area.
Trumpy has volunteered at Mazomanie Oak Barrens State Natural Area for the past eight years. He learned about the need during a field trip to the site, where he learned about this unique property. After the trip, he asked one of the leaders if they needed help managing the site.

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Position approved to coordinate, organize ATV activities in Iowa

Funding was recently approved for a position overseeing off-highway vehicle activities in Iowa.
The Iowa Natural Resources Commission approved a contract in November with the Iowa Off Highway Vehicle Association calling for funding a statewide job promoting activities for all-terrain vehicle operators. Duties will include writing grants, organizing meetings and communicating with the public.

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Iowa urban areas drawn into effort to promote species of greatest conservation need

Birds and butterflies will soon have more allies in Iowa’s urban settings.
County conservation boards, governments, private groups and individuals will have a blueprint to attract and maintain species of greatest conservation need (SGCN) to Iowa cities, through a program backed by the Iowa Natural Resources Commission (NRC) and Iowa State University. Meetings will be held, surveys conducted and educational materials developed to promote SGCN action in cities.

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