The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that, beginning March 14, Silver Lake State Park will offer free, monthly off-road vehicle safety classes one Saturday per month.
Extreme cold conditions on Michigan’s waters are causing some trouble for Michigan’s waterfowl.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the award of 20 grant projects totaling more than $4 million, under the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced that its 20th annual statewide Frog and Toad Survey will begin this spring.
A Jackson County man has confessed to the illegal killing of a small bull elk during the firearm deer season in Otsego County.
The MDNR filed an appeal of a December 2014 federal district court ruling that returned wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin to the federal endangered species list and wolves in Minnesota to…
The Department of Natural Resources is recruiting instructors for its off-road vehicle safety education program.
For the first time, Michigan recorded no fatalities during all hunting seasons in 2014, according to reports compiled by the Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division.
A Michigan DNR conservation officer and a deputy from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department teamed up Monday, Feb. 9, to rescue a 13-year-old boy who fell through the ice on Lake Macatawa while chasing his dog.
These parks are truly jewels that we need to protect and preserve. They benefit every resident’s quality of life and will continue to make a difference for years to come.
In addition to the hunting licenses, the Pure Michigan Hunt winners also received the ultimate hunting prize package, valued at more than $4,000 per winner.
Feb. 16 through March 13 marks the next wolf track survey to detect the presence of gray wolves in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information from the public about an incident that killed seven mallards on Houghton Lake during the annual Tip-Up Town celeb
The Department of Natural Resources today announced the three winners of the sixth annual Pure Michigan Hunt.
Applications currently are being accepted for the Porcupine Mountains Artist-in-Residence Program for the 2015 spring, summer and fall and 2016 winter residencies.
Today, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that it has received the first reports this winter of bats dying from white-nose syndrome.
The 2015 turkey patch, designed by Phoebe Talaga of Lake Orion High School, is now available for purchase.
The Michigan Historical Museum has accepted a valuable collection of objects belonging to Marcus Schaaf, a leading figure in the development and management of the state’s reforestation program.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced that spring turkey hunting applications are now on sale through Saturday, Feb 1. The 2015 spring turkey season runs April 20 through May 31,
Forty-four potential new conservation officers will report Sunday, Jan. 4, in Lansing to attend the Department of Natural Resources’ conservation officer training academy…
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information on two separate wolf poaching cases that recently occurred in in Mackinac and Schoolcraft counties..
Michigan’s 2014 elk hunting season just ended with multiple successes.
the council released its request for proposals from qualified marketing and advertising firms that can develop, implement and manage the campaign.
The holidays are here and Michigan state park lodges are the perfect place for a fun and affordable staycation.
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The Michigan Natural Resources Commission last week presented a newly created award to William Rustem for his strong commitment to Michigan’s natural resources throughout a lifetime.
The 2014 firearm deer season wrapped up Nov. 30, and challenging conditions and lower deer numbers in some areas likely have led to fewer deer being taken this year.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that the 2014 muzzleloader deer season opens across the state Friday, Dec. 5.
Oak wilt outbreaks are increasing in Michigan and the Department of Natural Resources has conducted treatment at several state parks to halt the spread of the disease.
Two Kawkawlin, Michigan, men have been ordered to pay $4,000 each in restitution payments to the Game and Fish Protection Fund and $625 each in fines and court costs, according to the MDNR.
The Michigan DNR has announced that hunters still have time to enter the Consumers Energy-sponsored Wetland Wonders Challenge this waterfowl season.
A 51-year-old man from Waterford, Michigan, has confessed to killing an elk on the opening day of firearm deer season, according to The Michigan DNR.
Conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources urge deer hunters to engage in an ethical hunt and be aware that Michigan’s new hunting licenses carry certain conditions.
The Department of Natural Resources has honored former Michigan Oil and Gas Association president and CEO, Frank Mortl, with a Partners in Conservation Award.
Conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources are offering their top tips for a safe hunting experience.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters, when buying their deer licenses, to take a moment to purchase their Pure Michigan Hunt applications.