Wisconsin's Walker Takes Aim At Wildlife MagazineTwenty years of back issues in Jim Stroschein's attic attest to his love of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' magazine. Since 1919, the publication has featured stories and photos highlighting Wisconsin's natural splendor, from where to hunt, fish, hike and camp to what it's like to own a north woods cabin.
DNR Estimates Northwestern Minn. Elk Population At 79 In 3 HerdsAn annual survey estimates the elk population of northwestern Minnesota at 79 animals in three herds.
Upper Red Lake Walleye Limit Raised To 4Anglers who fish the state-controlled eastern end of Upper Red Lake will be allowed to keep an extra walleye this season.
DNR: 2017 Mille Lacs Lake Walleye Season Will Be Catch-&-ReleaseCatch-and-release regulations will be in effect on Mille Lacs Lake once again for the 2017 walleye fishing season, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Mystery Solved: Hydrologists Know Where The Devil's Kettle GoesScientists believe they’ve solved the mystery of the Devil’s Kettle waterfall in northern Minnesota, where an offshoot of the Brule River plunges into a cavernous hole near Grand Marais and seemingly vanishes.
Warm Weekend Weather Has DNR Urging Caution On Minn. LakesWarmer weather has law enforcement warning about the dangers of thin ice.
With Warming Weather, DNR's 'Winter Misery Index' Takes A DiveIt's safe to say in the Twin Cities the winter of 2016 and 2017 has been a shell of itself.
Low Snow Hurting Businesses, Causing Brush Fire ConcernsSomething we typically don't talk about this early in February is already proving just how mild this winter has been.
Mille Lacs Lake Bass Limit Decreased 4 To 3Anglers on Mille Lacs Lake hoping to take home their usual four bass this year will have to alter their expectations.
2 DNR Officers Involved In ATV Rollover In Carlton CountyAn ATV crash in Carlton County sent a DNR officer to the hospital earlier this month.
Wisconsin DNR Sees Job Cuts, Slashed BudgetGov. Scott Walker promised to transform the state Department of Natural Resources. And he has, cutting scientists, shrinking its budget and pushing the agency to be more receptive to industry.
Judge Allows DNR To Join Red River Diversion LawsuitA federal judge has approved a request by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to join a lawsuit that seeks to halt construction of a Red River diversion project in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota area.

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