One wonders about the legitimacy of our legislature when a lone senator or representative can conceal their identity while blocking what’s potentially the largest conservation deal in Wisconsin’s history.
Landowners receiving the free permit may name or add other persons on their permit who may shoot deer on that parcel.
The listening session will take place Saturday, Feb. 18, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Solon Springs at the Solon Springs Community Center, which is located at 11523 South Business Hwy 53.
“Being from eastern Iowa, I liked the Mississippi River area, where waterfowl enforcement is one of my biggest responsibilities during the fall hunting seasons.
The club is part of a university program, the Douglas Stephens- Boone and Crockett Club Research Fellowship, at the UW-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources.
Not only was I interested, but a few of my fellow sturgeon spearers were game to try it, as well.
The DNR has extended the deadline to provide input on the wolf management draft plan to Feb. 28. Many people, including Safari Club International–Wisconsin Chapter, had expressed a desire to extend the deadline as many
I NEED TO MAKE A CORRECTION REGARDING WOLF DELISTING from my On the Trail column in the last issue, which appeared on Page 13 of the Dec. 29 issue. I said the U.S. Fish and
When Preston Cole took command of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in December 2018, Wisconsin’s conservation community hoped the new secretary would restore leadership, open communications, and science-based decision-making. Those hopes soon faded.