DNR Forestry keeps Minnesota's forests and trees growing strong. Minnesota's 59 state forests, school trust acres, and other forested lands make up the 4.2 million acres we manage. Our forests need care and management to provide clean water and natural resources for future generations. With this in mind, we weave sustainability into all of our forest work—from what trees to plant, to what areas to harvest, to what places to preserve.
Find your way in the woods. Six new state forest maps are available in paper or for download to your mobile device today. Updated Maps »
Check out the scenic drive routes recommended by DNR foresters to view fall color in Minnesota State Forests.
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Read about emerald ash borer find in Martin County, how to decrease oak wilt, increase in Dutch elm disease in northern Minnesota, white fuzz growing underside of silver maple leaves, and much more.
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Help protect your hunting ground from invasive diseases and pests. Harmful, invasive diseases and pests can be lurking in firewood. Buy local firewood to avoid moving these unwanted hitchhikers.
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