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DNR Recommends Burning Debris Now Before Snowmelt

The Minnesota DNR is asking homeowners to complete open burning now while there is still some snow on the ground. Spring burning restrictions will go into effect soon and the DNR says now is the safest time to burn.

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Harsh Minnesota Winter Threatens Deer Population

This year's particularly harsh winter has hit northern Minnesota's deer population hard. And if spring doesn't kick in soon, even the survivors could be in trouble.

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Minnesota DNR Expecting Trail Closures During Thaw

The Minnesota Department of Natural resources says the spring thaw in the next few weeks will probably prompt some temporary road and trail closures in state forests.

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No Change In Mille Lacs Walleye Rules For 2011

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says walleye regulations on Lake Mille Lacs this year will remain unchanged from 2010. But the agency is relaxing regulations for northern pike caught on Mille Lacs.

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Minn. DNR Likely To Cut Moose Hunt Permits In Half

Officials of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources say they likely will cut the number of moose hunting permits in half for this fall's moose season. That follows the latest moose population survey, which shows moose numbers continuing to decline in northeast Minnesota.

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DNR Seeking Interns To Help Seek And Eliminate Invasive Water Species

The DNR is hiring watercraft inspector interns for the upcoming boating season to help fight against invasive aquatic species. Inspectors will be stationed at public access points on lakes and river in order to spot and report invasive species like Zebra Mussels and Eurasian watermilfoil.

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DNR Proposes License Fee Increase

It would cost you more to go fishing and hunting in Minnesota under a proposal to hike license fees. The DNR is pitching the plan because they say the Game and Fish Fund is expected to have a deficit by 2014.

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Moose Population Continues Decline In NE Minn.

The moose population in northeastern Minnesota continues to decline. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says based on an aerial survey conducted in January, wildlife researchers estimate there are 4,900 moose in northeastern Minnesota. That's down from last year's estimate of 5,500 moose.

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DNR Eyes Tax Proceeds To Buy New Park, Trail Lands

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will use an estimated $1.3 billion in sales tax proceeds over the next 25 years to buy land for new parks and trails, invest more in existing parks and trails, and to get more people to use parks and trails.

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Visits To Minnesota State Parks Are On The Rise

Visits to Minnesota state parks are up, and the Department of Natural Resources is crediting efforts to connect more people to the outdoors. Estimated total visits, based on car counts, were 9.5 million in 2010, up from 8.3 million in 2008.

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