The agency says donations to the conservation fund are off more than 10 percent. “It is critical to the survival of the Nongame Program that donations maintain or increase," says program supervisor Carrol Henderson. Eighty percent of the program's funding comes from tax-deductible donations.
Arrowhead 135 ultramarathon in northern MN kicks off in -25F temperatures
The race is considered one of the 50 most challenging races in the world.
Richfield student dies of injuries following Bloomington hit-and-run
The second crash victim remains hospitalized.
Owners of Extreme Sandbox to open 'blue-collar focused' taphouse in Hastings
The Quarry Taphouse is expected to open in mid-February.
Gallery: $500k St. Paul home built in 1886 sits on three acres
Old world charm on the East Side.
Charges: Man shot victim in leg outside a Cowboy Jack's
Corey Ryman allegedly chased another man around a parking lot before shooting him.
Man shot in both feet after interrupting vehicle break-in in St. Paul
The incident happened just before 10 p.m. Saturday.
Subzero wind chills in Minnesota most of this week
Any good news? Yes, there's some.
Missing: Minnesota man last seen in Sioux Falls area
Aaron Pearson, 41, was reported missing on Thursday.
Protest for Tyre Nichols to be held outside MN Governor’s Mansion
Activists groups say they’ll call on Gov. Tim Walz and the Legislature to implement police reforms.
Minnesota pool contractor banned from industry, must pay $2 million-plus
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison filed suit against Charles Workman and his company, MN Crete Pools, LLC, in August.
DNR selects veteran biologist to manage wildlife habitat program
For the past six years, Bob Welsh was an assistant regional wildlife manager. Part of his new job will focus on identifying habitat improvement opportunities.
Opponents speak out against wolf hunting proposal but don't slow bill
A Senate committee on Tuesday voted unanimously to pass along a bill to allow the hunting and trapping of wolves. But opponents are letting lawmakers know not everyone favors the plan. Some people fear it could drive wolves into new territory, while wildlife watchers worry it will hinder their hobby.
DNR to reconsider deer population goals as hunters express disappointment
Wildlife officials say they're reaching their population goals for deer, but the agency plans to revisit those targets as hunters report they're not seeing the number of deer they've seen in the past. The DNR says hunters bagged 192,300 deer last year. That's down from the peak, 290,000, in 2003.
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