Saturday, April 20th, 2024

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Saturday, April 20th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Outdoor Insights: Keep Minnesota’s public land public

Outdoor News publisher Rob Drieslein says the simple question that will decide whether these transfers of Minnesota's public lands advance is whether enough people care. (Stock photo from the Minnesota DNR)

On Friday, April 5, some state conservation groups are hosting a 3 p.m. public lands rally at the Minnesota State Capitol. The weatherman calls for a balmy 52 degrees and sun, but a chill wind might just penetrate the building’s corridors, because these days, public lands face threats from across the political spectrum.
In 2024 we have state and federal Democrats feverishly working to assuage their white guilt and right history’s wrongs by transferring public properties – currently open to all races, creeds, and colors – to tribal entities.

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