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President Obama Announces Plan for Community-Based Conservation through the America’s Great Outdoors Initiative

WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Barack Obama today announced the Administration’s action plan, under the America’s Great Outdoors initiative, to achieve lasting conservation of the outdoor spaces that power our nation’s economy, shape our culture, and build our outdoor traditions. This initiative seeks to reinvigorate our approach to conservation and reconnect…


Ohio’s Lake Erie Steelhead Fishing

Stream and pier anglers have an excellent opportunity to catch quality-sized steelhead trout from September through May. The Division of Wildlife annually stocks five Lake Erie tributary streams with 6-8″ yearling Little Manistee River (Michigan) strain of steelhead. These fish migrate out into Lake Erie and spend the summer in…


Indiana’s Long Distance Trails

Trails selected for this website are 10 miles long or greater, have a natural trail surface, and most have camping available to enhance the wilderness experience. These long distance trails occur on properties managed by a variety of public agencies. Each agency has it’s own role to play in the…


Citizens Committee for Michigan State Parks to Meet Jan. 28 at the Foster Community Center in Lansi

The Citizens Committee for Michigan State Parks (CCMSP) will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at the city of Lansing’s Foster Community Center, located at 200 N. Foster, in Lansing. The CCMSP subcommittees will have working sessions, beginning at 8:30 a.m. The Stewardship Subcommittee will review and discuss the 2009-2019 Strategic…


State Park Lodges Offer Change of Scenery for Winter-Weary Ohioans

COLUMBUS, OH – Ohioans who are ready to trade in snow blowers and shovels for spectacular views of snow-covered hillsides are welcome to enjoy the comforts of lodge rooms or cozy cottages at Ohio State Parks.   Special packages that feature discounted rates make winter state park getaways even more…


Candlelight Skis, Hikes Begin Jan. 3 in Wisconsin State Parks

MADISON – Some early snowfalls across Wisconsin that offered good skiing conditions in many areas are raising hopes that this will be another good season for the more than 25 candlelight skis or hikes that are scheduled at Wisconsin State Parks, Forests and Trails this winter. The first candlelight events…


Winter Rainbows Arc Across Texas

Annual Rainbow Trout Stockings Begin Dec. 3 AUSTIN, Texas — For an inexpensive, entry-level fishing experience the entire family can enjoy, it doesn’t get much easier than winter rainbow trout fishing in Texas. Beginning Dec. 3 and continuing until mid-March, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will stock upwards of…


Pennsylvania Governor Rendell Announces $44 Million Investiment in Recreation and Conservation Projects

HARRISBURG  — Residents will benefit from the investment of nearly $44 million for 316 conservation and recreation projects that are designed to help revitalize communities and protect natural resources, Governor Edward G. Rendell said today. “The health and vitality of our communities is reflected in the quality of their parks…


17 Indiana State Parks to Close for Deer Reductions, Nov. 17-18

Similar temporary closings set for Dec. 1-2 Selected Indiana State Parks will temporarily close to the general public for controlled deer reductions twice in the coming weeks. The reductions will take place Nov. 17-18, and Dec. 1-2. The participating parks will close the evening before (Nov. 16 and 30) each…


Kansas State Parks Offer Off Season Bargains

Cabins, reduced prices, uncrowded conditions make parks attractive in fall and winter PRATT — Summer is over, but for many outdoorsmen and women, that doesn’t mean the end of Kansas state park visitation. Many hunters and anglers — and even campers looking for a cool-season adventure — take advantage of…