Stearns County has a reminder for homeowners whose property was damaged by high water or flooding this summer. Stearns County wants residents to know that if your shorelines and structures were damaged because of high water you may need a permit before doing any work.
The Department of Natural Resources is lifting the remaining campfire restrictions in northeastern Minnesota on Friday. The DNR says recent rains, cool weather and higher evening humidity are making it less likely for campfires to cause a wildfire in that part of Minnesota.
The fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness should give a boost in the long-run to the region's declining moose population, but it's a big problem for hunters registered for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to bag a bull moose there this fall.
The Department of Natural Resources is removing 15 Minnesota lakes from special fishing regulations for northern pike. The regulation is designed to boost the average size of northerns in those lakes. But a new state law caps the number of such lakes at 100.
With duck hunting season opening tomorrow, the Minnesota DNR is reminding hunters that they are required to wear life jackets when in the boat. Even so, 13 hunters have died since 1986 when the law was passed.
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