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DNR Shows Off New Firefighting Aircraft in Princeton [VIDEO]

A day after wildfires swept through the state of Minnesota, the Department of Natural Resources displayed its new firefighting aircraft Friday in Princeton.

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Minnesota DNR, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Minnesota DNR, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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DNR Officials Promote Dayton’s Outdoors Budget Proposal

Officials with the Department of Natural Resources are touting Gov. Mark Dayton's proposal to boost funding for fish, wildlife, outdoors and enforcement programs, including more conservation officers.

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Dry, Warm Conditions May Lead to Early Wildfire Season

State fire experts are concerned about the perfect storm that's brewing for the wildfire season.

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DNR Promotes Wild Turkey Hunt To Spur Interest In The Bird

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is teaching people to hunt for their own wild turkeys, as part of an effort to increase interest in hunting and bolster support for wild land and conservation.

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Ice House Removal Deadlines Approaching

The Minnesota DNR is reminding ice fishermen the ice house removal deadline is next week for the southern half of the state.

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DNR: Moose Count Confirms Continuing Decline

Minnesota's annual moose survey finds a continuing decline in the animal so closely identified with the state's north woods.

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DNR: Don’t Let Lack of Snow Keep You Indoors

Many Minnesota winter enthusiasts are feeling the blues these days because there's not enough snow. Snowmobiles are sitting idle and cross-country skis and snowshoes remain packed in garages.

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Minnesota DNR: Invasive Carp DNA Tests Encouraging

Minnesota conservation officials are encouraged by the results of testing for invasive carp in the Mississippi River near Winona.

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Dayton Unsure of Minnesota’s Next Step on Wolves

Gov. Mark Dayton is consulting with his Department of Natural Resources chief on how the state should respond to a federal ruling that outlaws hunting of gray wolves.

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Experts Say Great Lakes Wolves Aren’t Endangered

A group of wolf experts disputes that gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are endangered or that a judge's ruling will help the population spread to other states.

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