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Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

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Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

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Creel census dominates ‘State of the Lake’ talk

By Bill Hilts, Jr. Contributing Writer Lockport, N.Y. – At the Lake Ontario State of the Lake meeting held in Lockport Feb. 21, there weren’t too many surprises. But one of the biggest eye openers

Fed budget bill tips cap to conservation

By Tim Spielman Contributing Writer Washington — While a final 2007 federal budget likely is months away, conservation groups are, for the most part, happy with how things are starting out. Others say national parks

CRP signup called ‘golden opportunity’

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — It could be a defining time period for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). Between now and mid-April, landowners currently in the program and those who would like to

Bush conservation funding proposal gets mixed reviews

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — While a final 2007 federal budget likely is months away, conservation groups are, for the most part, happy with how things are starting out. Others say national parks

PGC throws book at deer farm operator

By Dan Nephin Associated Press Writer Brookville, Pa. — A deer breeder awaiting sentencing in the theft of a massive buck from another breeder has been charged with operating an illegal deer farm and hunting

Forest bill raises access concernsfont

By Steve Griffin Field Editor Lansing — The state’s largest outdoors group worries that a public access provision of the new Commercial Forest Act, while appearing to boost access efforts, may have the opposite effect.

Lawmakers unmoved by PGC money plight

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg — Are at least some Pennsylvania Game Commission officials willing to strike a deal on deer management to get an increase in hunting license fees? Some believe the answer

Youth takes special banded goose

By Freddie McKnight Southcentral Correspondent Mapleton, Pa. — For a child, it can seem like an eternity must pass before the arrival of the magical age of 12 – the legal hunting age in the

Reviews mixed on Bush funding plan

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Washington — While a final 2007 federal budget likely is months away, conservation groups are, for the most part, happy with how things are starting out. Others say national parks

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