Statewide, the grants will provide funding to expand South Dakota’s Elk Hunting Access Program
In a state where thousands of coal mining jobs have been lost in the past few years, officials are touting the elk’s potential to help tourism.
urposely disturbing, flushing, or chasing an endangered or threatened species is harassment and is illegal
As of Tuesday afternoon, 247 bobcats had been harvested, with a quota of 275.
A family friendly event is paired with most of the stockings to help anglers have success and fun while fishing
The land along this stretch was designated a state critical area in 1976 to protect its scenic, environmental, and economic values
Only three winners are picked each year.
Eight proposals from DU and partners will provide $32.8 million to enhance water resources, grasslands, rice lands and wetlands for waterfowl.
Sales from DU plates enable vital wetlands project near birthplace of automobile industry
Bill would raise the fine to $5,000 for each hog released and the person responsible would also lose hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for three years.
State recently purchased the 224-acre property for $660,000 in partnership with The Nature Conservancy.
A public complaint led to the impoundment of more than 800 horses
Plan would scatter parks, forestry, environmental, hunting and fishing programs among three existing agencies and two new ones.
Addition of 88 projects brings federal, partner investment to over $2 billion since 2014.
Public land traditions, opportunities and access form the center point of a new alliance.
Tiber Reservoir remains the only water body in which multiple sample results showed mussel larvae in the state.
Licenses are available at nearly 900 locations across the state, and on the DNR website at www.iowadnr.gov/licenses.
The name change pertains only to the holding corporation that acquired Smith & Wesson in 2001 and now owns Smith & Wesson Corp., Battenfeld Technologies, Inc., and Crimson Trace Corporation.
New York DEC’s independent analysis finds EPA’s Hudson River cleanup fails to protect human health and the environment.
Senior Farm Bill biologist recognized for distinguished conservation efforts in Tenn. quail country.
Daniel will also be responsible for cultivating and managing the ideas that have emerged from the Female R3 work group that the PFBC formed in early 2016 and acting as a mentor to the Governor’s Youth Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation. She will also continue to coordinate the Trout in the Classroom program.
Will address challenges of long-range shooting with seminar.
The USA Rice-Ducks Unlimited Rice Stewardship Partnership educates policy-makers on the importance of rice agriculture and its critical role in supporting millions of migratory birds.
CD3 Stations provide user-focused tools located at the boat ramp to help people clean, drain, dry equipment and dispose of bait and weeds properly.
The 20 projects benefit nearly 9,000 acres of elk habitat and outdoor/sporting enthusiasts in Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater, Douglas, Hubbard, Itasca, Kittson, Marshall, Morrison and Roseau counties.
Transaction benefits Washington’s largest elk herd and is the latest in a series of projects near Mount St. Helens.