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: Body Found In Wyoming 'Consistent With The Description' Of Gabby Petito (CBS News)
It’s a partnership between the DNR and a conservation group focused on keeping moose in Minnesota’s landscape.READ MORE: 11 Injured, 3 Critically, In 7 Weekend Shootings In Minneapolis
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: Minnesota Weather: Hot And Humid Day Across State; Twin Cities Could Hit 90
It’s the eighth critical habitat license plate available in Minnesota.