Friday, April 19th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Friday, April 19th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967


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Signups down, BWSR seeks to tweak CREP

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — One year after signup for the second round of the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program began, just more than 1 percent of the acreage goal has been enrolled.

Grouse counts on the rise across the state

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Grand Rapids, Minn. — After a protracted wait, there’s finally good news for grouse hunters in the state. The ruffed grouse population cycle may be on its way up. For


July 14: Minnewaska Lake Association Banquet, Lakeside Ballroom, Glenwood. For more info call Jerry Melby, 320-239-3974. Aug. 4: Save the Lakes Golf Tournament & Dinner. 11-9 p.m., Long Prairie Country Club. Tickets avail., Hub Supper

Alternative energy: new CRP threat?

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — As United States leaders look for ways to reduce the country’s dependence on foreign energy sources, wildlife and habitat may be unlikely victims, conservation groups fear. That’s why

Citizens to be tapped for councils, input

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – The commission responsible for spending money for environment and conservation projects wants to know what you think. The Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources on its website is

Dead-icated funding: Senate pulls the plug

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – Dedicated funding officially died for the year last Thursday, when Senate DFLers opted not to return to the table to negotiate. Instead, a letter delivered by Senate

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