Deer hunters listened in remotely and may now submit online comments regarding CDAC recommendations.
Wisconsin – Tim Eisele
Wisconsin waters are open and people may fish if they have a license and abide by normal season regulations. In addition, all regulations apply for hunting and trapping.
Conservation Congress and Wisconsin DNR decided to cancel in-person portion of spring hearing meetings scheduled April 13 due to coronavirus pandemic, but sportsmen may submit local rule resolutions through April 6.
Green Bay native attended UW-Stevens Point and comes to NRB from Vernon County’s Kickapoo Valley Reserve.
Cole has served in that post since December 2018.
Natural Resources Board members looking for shorter crossbow season, adding 10 days to gun season, statewide deer baiting ban and more.
More state duck hunters now looking at open-water hunting on Green Bay and Lake Michigan.
Studies show that bullet fragments move through a dispatched animal carcass well beyond the wound channel.
Senate rejection of DATCP secretary nominee Brad Pfaff may have DNR secretary designee Cole thinking twice.
Wisconsin DNR crossbow hunting report finds no sociological or biological reasons not to continue with season
Wisconsin’s Natural Resources Board members still concerned about high crossbow buck harvest success rates.
He cites possible conflict of interest in his role as executive director of Wisconsin Green Fire.
Decision now moves to full Wisconsin Senate.
The state duck stamp has been the same cost since 1997, while inflation and higher costs of gasoline and equipment to “build” habitat eat away at its effectiveness.
Left to right: Larry Bonde of the Conservation Congress, DNR Deputy Secretary Todd Ambs, NRB member Greg Kazmierski, and Tami Ryan, current DNR wildlife director, provide background on CWD efforts in Wisconsin during a Sept. 3 meeting in Madison. (Photo by Tim Eisele)The Wisconsin DNR, Conservation Congress, and Natural Resources Board held a joint press conference Tuesday, Sept. 3 to…
Jim and Katie Leonhard, Driftless Region landowners, valued advice they received from professionals with My Wisconsin Woods. (Photo by Tim Eisele)The My Wisconsin Woods program, previously offered by the Aldo Leopold Foundation in southwest Wisconsin, is now available statewide. This program is geared especially for landowners who have never had a forester out to their land before. Landowners can go…
(Photo by Tim Eisele)“If you don’t have it, you don’t want it.” “Buy time and pay for science.” You might have heard those words if you have attended recent meetings on chronic wasting disease (CWD). They are the favorite mantras of Doug Duren, a landowner from Cazenovia in Richland County. Duren serves on the County Deer Advisory Council and is the…
Wisconsin wildlife refuge closed areas and ruffed grouse and waterfowl management plans all open for public comment now.
DNR embargoed meeting information, preventing media from informing public of event prior to conference.
Evers makes 78 vetoes in first budget; creates Office of Outdoor Recreation in Department of Tourism.
Bill Smith’s 34-year DNR career began in 1978 as environmental engineer, ended as deputy DNR secretary.
Relationships have never been better between the Conservation Congress, Wisconsin DNR, and the Natural Resources Board.
Marissa Kaminski (r) won the Todd P. Eisele Memorial Scholarship for 2019. Kaminski is studying waterfowl management. On the left is Mike Eisele, co-funder of the scholarship. (Photo by Tim Eisele)Anybody who attended college several decades ago would find it amazing to see what today’s students are doing. That is particularly true at the UW-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources…
Alternate sites mean citizens won’t have to travel to NRB meeting locations.
DNR not asked to take a position on Assembly Bill 39, which would increase fines for poaching.
His reporting key to the banning of DDT. Fellow 2019 inductee Craven instrumental in beginning a national educational effort teaching benefits of hunting.
New Aldo Leopold exhibit running at UW-Madison Library of Special Collections through May 24.