Cooperating for conservation
The Fish and Wildlife Division works with Minnesotans to manage, conserve and enhance the state's wildlife, fishes and the habitats on which they depend.
Lottery deadline for three large WMAs
The lottery deadline is Friday, Jan. 24, for firearms turkey hunting in Mille Lacs, Carlos Avery or Whitewater WMAs in A-C season.
Deer goal setting workshops underway
DNR has started the next deer population goal-setting and you can be a part of it. The four-year process will assess and determine goals for blocks across the entire state.
You can provide input on deer in 2019
The DNR is seeking public input on deer populations and observations from 2019.
Get a rundown of CWD results
During the 2019 hunting season and special hunts, chronic wasting disease was confirmed in 27 wild deer, all from southeastern Minnesota.
Great demand for outdoors grants
Schools, nonprofit organizations and public entities continue to show strong demand for resources to get more children outdoors.
When your ice shelter needs a license
Minnesota fishing regulations recognize two types of shelters: portable and nonportable.
Reminder about pike zone regulations
As you pack those tip-ups or spears in search of northern pike, a reminder: Northern pike zone regulations went into effect in May 2018.
College students: DNR has internships
The DNR has up to 200 paid summer internships in areas such as fisheries, wildlife, forestry, parks and more.
Walleye stamps help support fish stocking
You don’t need a Minnesota walleye stamp to fish for or keep walleye, but you can buy one to help support walleye stocking.
New year goal: Firearms safety training
The start of the new year is a great time to think about signing up for a firearms safety course.
Supporting archery in the schools
Schools and nonprofit organizations interested in introducing students to archery can apply for a DNR program.
Pheasant and duck action plans
Conservation efforts for pheasants, ducks and their habitats are outlined in new DNR action plans.