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August 19, 2011 ESCANABA — Last week I traveled to Lansing for the quarterly meeting of the Michigan ATV Work Group. more »»

State bill aims to boost, recruit youth hunters

August 5, 2011 ESCANABA — How many of you have heard stories of hunters who shared their time in the woods with a young child and gave them the opportunity to experience the taking of game? Perhaps it was a grandp... more »»

Outdoor events help bring families closer

July 29, 2011 ESCANABA — We are in what many used to refer to as the dog days of summer. It’s been hot and humid. more »»

U.P. Conservation clubs forming

July 15, 2011 ESCANABA — Tuesday night set the stage for further advancement of the regionalization of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) as new appointed UP Wildlife Supervisor Terry Minzey... more »»

Safety is priority on ORV trails

June 17, 2011 ESCANABA — Recent news about a couple who became stranded in the woods of Marquette County, causing the death of a 62 year old male, should be a wake up call for all who ride all-terrain vehicles in... more »»

Bay Mills’ work pays off

June 10, 2011 ESCANABA — So here I am on Monday night, as usual, watching Discovering with Buck LeVasseu. more »»

Predator study deserves recognition

June 3, 2011 ESCANABA — There has been an important project, ongoing 24/7 for the last three years, that has not received high recognition by the medi. more »»

Ways to bank memories

May 27, 2011 ESCANABA — The other day I was readying to head to the office when I saw my wife sorting through a pile of pictures. more »»

Choose your own Hermanaba

April 1, 2011 ESCANABA — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Forest, Minerals and Fire Management Division will hold a public forum Tuesday to review proposed alternatives on the future use of the... more »»

Get 'hooked' on a good night

March 25, 2011 ESCANABA — A sure sign that spring is around the corner are the spring banquets put on by various conservation organizations. more »»

Deer survey has interesting results

March 18, 2011 ESCANABA — In just about three weeks, you’ll hear about them as being presented for information only. more »»

Dog days of winter are here

March 11, 2011 ESCANABA — Judging by the weather of the last couple days, it’s hard to believe spring will begin in just nine days. more »»

Hey Gov. Synder, if it ain't broke, don't fix it

February 25, 2011 ESCANABA — In the short time since Governor Snyder delivered his first State-Of-The-State Address, there have already been 24 pieces of legislation introduced that in some way effect natural... more »»

Fishing for fishermen

February 18, 2011 ESCANABA — Those who ice fish or ride across the ice for recreation become experienced in reading conditions regarding safety. It is a necessity, especially at first and last ice. more »»

UPSA?wants their say

February 11, 2011 ESCANABA — The UP Sportsmen’s Alliance touts being the front representation of 40,000 affiliate member. more »»

Conservation clubs maintain the U.P.

February 4, 2011 ESCANABA — Many people don’t realize how much effort goes into not only the social side of the conservation clubs membership, but that which is done by the elected officials and other volunteers who... more »»

Resource issue education needed

January 28, 2011 ESCANABA — One of the things people have repeatedly heard me say about dealing with the issues involving natural resources and conservation for more than a quarter century is that the more I learn, ... more »»

Gov. Snyder likes public rec

January 21, 2011 ESCANABA — Gov. Rick Snyder made his State of the State Address Wednesday night and overall, it was a positive message on how he plans to bring Michigan back as an economically viable place to live. more »»



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