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Michigan launching public forum on conservation

March 11, 2016 The Eastern and Western U.P. Citizen Advisory Councils met jointly last week. more »»

Fishing report

March 11, 2016 Little Bay De Noc: Ice conditions concerned anglers and for good reason especially with the rain and much warmer temperatures this week. Most of ice shanties have been removed. more »»

Munising makes comeback to 'Snowmobile Capitol' status

March 4, 2016 The concerns of recreational users of the trail system in Alger County have turned into a display of effort that sets a bench mark for other to follow. more »»

Area conservation groups are gearing up for spring, gobblers

February 19, 2016 A sure sign that spring is right around the corner occurred this week as stakeholders representing conservation groups, particularly those dealing with turkey management, met to discuss the previous... more »»

Recently frozen water at Saunders Point makes area dangerous

February 19, 2016 Little Bay De Noc: Had few anglers and catch rates were down. more »»

Fourth graders will get field trips to federal parks

February 19, 2016 LANSING — Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is one of 186 federal parks that will split the $1.1 million National Park Foundation grant to set up field trip programs. more »»

Bring back common sense snowmobiling to the U.P.

February 5, 2016 We are in the process of seeing resurgence in an aspect of recreation here in the Upper Peninsula. It is one that I’ve not seen in forty-five years. more »»

MDNR offering snowmobile sound testing Feb. 20 in MQT

February 5, 2016 Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are offering snowmobile sound testing from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. more »»

Anglers take caution as temperatures rise, ice thaws

February 5, 2016 Little Bay De Noc: Warmer temperatures were creating a few hazards throughout the Bay especially the southern waters were the ice was not that thick. more »»

The renewed growth of snowmobiling

January 15, 2016 It makes sense that when you share the natural resources for recreation, that you also share the responsibility of maintaining it. It is cost effective, efficient which thus makes it essentia. more »»

Why are we losing deer?

January 8, 2016 It is interesting to sit at a multitude of meetings and see new attendees who, for one reason or another, seem to be lacking in fundamental knowledge of deer behavior or show an assumption of what... more »»

MDNR adds 1 millionth deer to its records database

January 8, 2016 2015 deer cooperator patchThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources has been collecting records for individual deer since 1987 - although it has been recording deer data for more than 50 years -... more »»

Alpena herd tests positive for bovine tuberculosis

January 8, 2016 GREEN TOWNSHIP - For the second time in 2015, routine testing found an Alpena County cattle herd to be infected with bovine tuberculosis. more »»

Cold weather a hot time for minnow harvesters

December 24, 2015 LANSING — Falling water temperatures can mean a lot of things to those who enjoy the outdoors. more »»

Panel discussion on ‘Keep the U.P. CWD Free!’ campaign to air

December 12, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reminding the public that broadcasts of WNMU-TV13’s “Media Meet” discussion on keeping the Upper Peninsula free from chronic wasting... more »»

State park seeks to stop vandalism of building

December 12, 2015 MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — Officials at Muskegon State Park in western Michigan are searching for ways to stop a longtime problem with vandalism at one of the park's buildings. more »»

State confiscates huge Petoskey stone

December 12, 2015 COPEMISH, Mich. (AP) — State wildlife officials have confiscated a 93-pound Petoskey boulder from a man who pulled it out of Lake Michiga. more »»

 
 
 

 

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