The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteers throughout the state to assist with its annual frog and toad survey.
The storm dumped 11 inches of rain, in just four hours, causing flooding that washed out a campground and turned Lake Superior into a muddy brown slur.
Everyone in Michigan is invited to fish for free Saturday, Feb. 18, and Sunday, Feb. 19, for the 2017 Winter Free Fishing Weekend.
The Michigan National Wild Turkey Federation named Tom Cooley, a 40-year employee with the Michigan DNR, as Outstanding Conservationist of the Year.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources CO Patrick Hartsig rescued a 10-year-old boy who had run away from his family near Gladstone in Delta County.
Michele Ketchum of Sparta, Richard Farris of Almont and Jerry Peak of Crystal each won a pocketful of licenses and more than $4,000 worth of hunting gear.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has partnered with the Outdoor Channel on production of the 2017 season of its television series “Wardens.”
The Michigan DNR, Michigan Veterans AffFireworks-Free Fourth of July infographicairs Agency have collaborated to offer Fireworks-Free Fourth of July.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds waterfowl hunters to finish gathering their punches for the Consumers Energy-sponsored Wetland Wonders Challenge
Michigan DNR conservation officers are seeking information on a wolf poaching incident in Stambaugh Township, Iron County, located approximately 10 miles southwest of Iron River.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD), a fatal neurological disease, was confirmed this week in two female deer from a Mecosta County deer farm.
Recently, the Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division bestowed Lifesaving Awards to four officers who were instrumental in resolving potentially fatal situations.
Grab a fishing rod and enjoy some of the finest fishing Michigan has to offer during the 2017 Winter Free Fishing Weekend, set for Feb. 18-19.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced that the 2017 lake sturgeon fishing season on Black Lake will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4.
Lighthouse enthusiasts are invited to serve as volunteer lighthouse keepers at the Tawas Point Lighthouse, located in Tawas Point State Park in East Tawas.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources concludes its year-long celebration marking the anniversary of the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund.
With that sentiment in mind, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources encourages residents to kick off 2017 by bringing out Michigan’s great outdoors.
The Michigan DNR reminds hunters to apply for the Pure Michigan Hunt during the final days of December to secure their chance for the hunt of a lifetime.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that 36 communities across the state will share $1,461,500 in Recreation Passport grants.
The Michigan DNR today announced that 17 community and DNR parks, trails and sports facilities across the state have been recommended to share $2,289,600.
The Department of Natural Resources reminds waterfowl hunters that they still have plenty of time to harvest ducks and geese in Michigan.
Four Ottawa County men ticketed recently for poaching nearly 60 wild ducks from a private agricultural pond near the Grand River watershed were sentenced.
The Michigan History Center welcomed Suzanne Fischer as the new director of the Michigan History Museum System last week…
Muchmore is an avid outdoorsman who repeatedly has found ways to bring innovative leadership and a great deal of energy to the programs and initiatives under his direction.
Gov. Rick Snyder today applauded the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board for its submission of grant recommendations for recreational development and land acquisition projects.