MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — You’ll be able to pay more for a new critical habitat license plate in Minnesota.
The money raised will go to help pay for research into why the moose population is declining.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: MDH Reports 1,847 New Cases, 15 More Deaths
It’s a partnership between the DNR and a conservation group focused on keeping moose in Minnesota’s landscape.READ MORE: A Look Back At Key Moments In The Derek Chauvin Trial
Sales of the new moose plate started Aug. 1, and they feature the artwork of wildlife artist Les Kouba.
Car owners pay a minimum of $30 extra for the special plates.MORE NEWS: Vandals Smear Chauvin Defense Witness’ Former California Home With Pig’s Blood (CBS SF Bay Area)
It’s the eighth critical habitat license plate available in Minnesota.