The executive director of the Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association is pleased that protection of the state’s gray wolf population has shifted from the federal government to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Rainfall across much of Minnesota in recent days has spurred the Department of Natural Resources to relax burning restrictions across much of the state, but some fires are still banned in Northeastern Minnesota, where conditions remain unusually dry.
The Minnesota gray wolf should be removed immediately from the federal government’s endangered and threatened species list and returned to state management, according to a petition filed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
A bill being considered by the Minnesota House's Game, Fish and Forestry Division committee would begin a five-year process of dismantling and selling the Department of Natural Resources' state-run seedling nurseries.
April 06, 2009
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