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DNR urges precautions to keep bears away

A shortage of natural foods is causing more bear-human conflicts in northeastern and north-central Minnesota as bears

Wild rice season opens soon

Wild rice conditions are looking good this year in many areas of Minnesota and the Department of Natural Resources is

Ruffed grouse counts similar to last year

Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring population counts are similar to last year and likely are following the 10-year cycl

COVID wipes out burnout

by Tom Coombe
Add an October event to those that have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

DNR will host virtual open house Aug. 18 for conversations about deer

Anyone interested in discussing deer and deer management can tune in to a virtual open house on Tuesday, Aug.

Prospector ATV event still on, now with 12 rides on Sept. 19

ATV Minnesota will hold its annual membership event on the Prospector Loop trail system Sept. 18-19, 2020.

DNR regulation books now online, hunting licenses available Aug. 1

Hunters can start planning ahead for the deer season with the release of the 2020 Minnesota Hunting and Trapping regu

New state forest maps help Minnesotans find summer fun

Eight new state forest maps from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources feature recreation highlights to help

Forest Service welcomes new Kawishiwi District Ranger

Aaron Kania recently took over as the new permanent district ranger for the Kawishiwi Ranger District, which is headq

Superior National Forest opens additional recreation sites June 26

On Friday June 26, the U.S. Forest Service will open additional recreation sites.

Spring 2020 Polaris T.R.A.I.L.S grants include Prospector Loop, Virginia ATV trail systems

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Forest Service responds to fires, offers prevention advice


$2 million in ATV trail work begins

The Prospector Loop ATV trail project will take a giant step forward this summer with over $2 million in construction

Forest Service to reopen campgrounds and other recreation sites starting June 1

On June 1, the Superior National Forest will open overnight camping in a limited number of developed campgrounds.

Grants awarded for regional trail projects

The Iron Range Tourism Bureau announces nearly $45,000 in grant awards for trail projects in St Louis County.

National Forest to reopen dispersed camping sites

On May 18, the Superior and Chippewa National Forests will open overnight camping in dispersed sites.

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