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Turning Wheel “Bridges” Recreation, Timber Harvest and Environmental Opportunities

If you care for the environment, love to spend time outdoors and like to see thriving local communities, you may just be surprised by how much you might appreciate an upcoming timber sale. 1,119 more words

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Treating Washington's Forests

The Jolly Mountain fire burned for more than three months and consumed almost 57-square miles of forested lands near Cle Elum, Washington. Near the end of September, the fire was dying down. 1,117 more words

State Seeks Public Input Into Future of 3 New Mo. Parks

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri State Parks officials are considering the future of three new state parks that have sat dormant because Gov. Eric Greitens’ administration believes they were purchased secretly. 126 more words

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Hunters & Fisherman Are Biggest Revenue Source For Indiana State Parks

The next time you enjoy one of the fine State of Indiana parks, thank a hunter or fisherman. 249 more words

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Cranes Are Not For Hunting (at least not in Michigan)

Joe Writes . . . 

The Michigan House of Representatives recently passed a resolution asking the Natural Resources Commission to classify sandhill cranes as a gamebird. 667 more words

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DNR: Minnesotans Should Be Concerned About Endangered Bee’s Survival

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Biologists with the Department of Natural Resources are searching for areas in Minnesota where an endangered species of bumble bee lives in an effort to understand how best to protect the important pollinators. 267 more words

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DNR: Minnesota’s Wolf Population Likely Grew 25 Percent In Last Year

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A new survey suggests that Minnesota’s wolf population has increased 25 percent in the last year, and experts say it’s likely because deer populations have also grown in the predator’s range. 195 more words

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