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.
Wolf plan committee named
Twenty Minnesotans have been selected to help update the state’s wolf management plan.
Time to buy new licenses
It's that time of year! Buy your Minnesota hunting, fishing and trapping licenses.
Learn how to hunt turkeys
Whether you’re an adult or youth, you can learn to hunt turkeys this April with experienced volunteers.
Find outdoors skills classes
Women and families can learn outdoor recreational skills in a wide range of hands-on learning opportunities.
Deer feeding bans in effect
The DNR is adjusting bans on the feeding of deer in certain parts of the state, to help prevent the spread of CWD.
Turkey licenses on sale March 1
Turkey hunters can buy their licenses for the spring 2020 season starting Sunday, March 1.
Elk harvest numbers
Here's how many elk hunters harvested in Minnesota last season.
The skinny on light geese
Hunters can help reduce the population of light geese through April 30.
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.
Goats help improve habitat
Bucktorn on a steep slope? Send in the goats! DNR grant program helped county find a way to chew down invasive species.
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.
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.
Supporting archery in the schools
Schools and nonprofit organizations interested in introducing students to archery can apply for a DNR program.
Great demand for outdoors grants
Strong demand for resources to get more children outdoors.