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Spring Workshops IN Michigan Offer Current Research on Status of Lake Huron Fishery

The Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with Michigan Sea Grant, Michigan State University Extension, USGS Great Lakes Science Center and local fishery organizations, will be participating in three regional workshops this spring highlighting research and information about Lake Huron’s fishery. Workshops are open to the public, and will provide…


Michigan Inland Fisheries Grant Applications Due March 31

The Department of Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the 2010 Inland Fisheries Grant (IFG) program, which offer grants up to $200,000 for local projects that enhance Michigan’s aquatic resources. The IFG program is intended to foster citizen and community understanding and appreciation of inland fisheries resources and to…


White Pine Snowmobile Trail Partially Closed Into Snowmobile Season

The Department of Natural Resources announced today that the White Pine Trail in southern Wexford County will be temporarily closed to repair a wash-out of the trail bed. The project includes installing large boulders and stabilizing materials to repair damage caused by erosion. This project is funded from a grant…


Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center Announces Winter Program Schedule

The Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center has announced its weekend program schedule for this coming winter, beginning Dec. 6. The center is located at 3377 US-31 in Oden, approximately five miles east of Petoskey. All programs are free. Saturday, Dec. 6: Snowshoe-building Workshop; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Weave your own…


Michigan Hunters Reminded of Upper Peninsula Antler Restrictions

The Department of Natural Resources reminds Upper Peninsula deer hunters that they should carefully consider which deer hunting license they purchase this season. Hunters who opt to purchase a two-tag combination license will be subject to antler restrictions on both bucks. Upper Peninsula regulations changed this year to require that…


New Fishing Regulations in Michigan Expand Opportunities, Limit Smelt Harvest

Michigan anglers will have several new opportunities, but also will face a new restriction, because of fishing regulation changes approved at the Nov. 6 Natural Resources Commission meeting in Lansing. Department of Natural Resources Director Rebecca Humphries signed fisheries orders that extend the spearing season through the ice for pike…


Hunters Encouraged to Donate Venison to Feed Michigan’s Hungry

The Department of Natural Resources encourages deer hunters to donate all or part of their harvests to help feed the needy through the Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger program this fall. Last year, almost 23,000 pounds of venison was provided to local charities by hunters participating in the program through licensed…


Michigan’s Stephenson DNR Office Announces Deer Check and Furbearer Registration Hours

Department of Natural Resources officials today announced specific dates and times the Stephenson Field Office in Menominee County will be available to check deer and register furbearers. The office is located at W5420 River Rd., next to the Michigan State Police post in Stephenson. Staff will operate a deer check…


Michigan DNR Offers Sale of State-Owned Land from Land Review Project

State-owned land in 28 counties is being offered for sale as a result of the Department of Natural Resources’ review of state-owned property. Counties with parcels offered for sale by sealed bid auction include Baraga, Gogebic, Houghton, Luce, and Ontonagon. The auction is part of the DNR’s Land Consolidation Strategy,…


Volunteers Needed for Stewardship Workdays in Southern Michigan

The Department of Natural Resources announced today the schedule of volunteer stewardship workdays to be held in November throughout southeastern Michigan state parks and recreation areas. Volunteers are needed to help collect native plant seeds and cut invasive shrubs in natural areas within state parks and recreation areas. These activities…