By Brian MozeyStaff Writer St. Paul — The Minnesota DNR unveiled its 2023 One Minnesota Budget on Tuesday with an overall investment of $287.4 million. The Legislature will need to approve the budget, which includes increases
The Roundtable provides a forum for Minnesota’s conservation community to engage with each other and DNR leadership. The opportunity to register for one of a limited number of free, first-come, first-served slots to attend the
Slush adds weight to the ice and its effects can be unpredictable.
Changes would include a new category for “state historical records” and the addition of many new species that would be eligible for catch-and-release records.
The new plan, which was announced on Dec. 20, will guide the state’s approach to wolf conservation for the next 10 years.
Study on deer movement in southeast Minnesota helps in CWD management, while also providing interesting information for hunters.
The popular lake in northern Minnesota kept DNR Conservation Officer Shane Zavodnik, of the Virginia station, and Conservation Officer Candidate Coby Fontes busy during a 12-hour period earlier this month.
A new federal grant award will help the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in the agency’s efforts to restore habitat for moose in northeastern Minnesota.
Anyone with information on deer being killed and left to waste near the town of Brownsville is encouraged to call the Minnesota DNR TIP line at 800-652-9093.