Family, friends cure Nature Deficit Disorder exposure with a quick visit to Prince William Forest Park in northern Virginia.
DNR encourages deer hunters in southeastern Minnesota to submit harvested deer for chronic wasting disease sampling. Win a prize, too.
Wilderness camping and fishing with kids five years after a massive blaze torched the forests south and east of Ely.
Gary Clancy passed away on Wednesday afternoon, July 27. The author wrote this note to him last week when he learned the longtime Outdoor News contributor had entered hospice care.
Big trout, a deep Western canyon, and a surly serpent highlight a morning of flyfishing on a classic coldwater fishery.
The old guard of conservation is gone, but good fights demanding strong leaders still remain.
USFWS responds to July 2015 petition from Center for Biological Diversity and Honor the Earth
Looking for the next generation of conservationists? Spend an evening with the Minnesota Backcountry Hunters and Anglers chapter.
New program seeks to develop the next generation of conservationists by cultivating skills in leadership, communication, advocacy, and public policy.
Hunt wild turkeys long enough and you’ll see some bizarre behavior from these remarkable game birds
Feds seek poacher in southern Minnesota who apparently dined on America’s national symbol
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposal would require non-waterfowl migratory bird to enhance waterfowl image for 2016 contest.
Following Thursday meeting with House Republicans, Dayton tells DNR to stop mapping private ditches
Conservation groups say the latest attempt to strike down the administration’s Clean Water Rule would prevent protection of headwater streams and wetlands
A final look back at the biggest hunting, fishing, and conservation headlines from the past 12 months.
Breaking in a new rifle properly takes 45 minutes and will help ensure a lifetime of tighter groups from your firearm.
Massive growth of the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League has revitalized shooting ranges across the state.
Article on the battle between Montana landowner and sportsmen over public trout stream access costs writer a longtime gig with Ducks Unlimited magazine
Slamming big bluegills via ice-fishing tactics on October’s open water with hard-water master Dave Genz.
Annual Minnesota State Fair poll shows interesting, albeit nonbinding public opinions on several hunting and fishing issues.
Without a groundswell of support from hunters, anglers, and the general public, the important Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) officially expires on Sept. 30.
Minnesota produced a bumper crop of what the Ojibwe call manoomin in 2015, but a day attempting to harvest it via traditional methods produced mostly tired muscles with a healthy dose of good memories for the author and a companion.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe talks gray wolves, Cecil the lion, Land and Water Conservation Fund, duck management, and his commitment to public lands during an interview with Rob Drieslein.
Outdoor News, Inc. launched the Outdoor Leaders Award in 2012 at Game Fair to recognize Minnesota conservation group chapters working hard for wildlife habitat at the grassroots level. A certain MDHA chapter exemplifies the cause.
The outcry and disturbing rush to judgement over an African big game hunting story exposes the sorry, dysfunctional state of public discourse in the 21st century digital world.
Wildlife, national parks, forests and grasslands, monuments, and a classic tourist trap draw the family truckster west from Minnesota.