Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Shut Down Until Further Notice
Minnesota –-(Ammoland.com)- As of midnight, June 30, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will be shutdown due to a state budget impasse
Frequently Asked Questions about the State Government Shutdown for DNR Customers can be found on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources home page.
The 2011 legislative session ended without a budget agreement and unless an agreement is reached on June 30, large portions of state government will shutdown.
This shutdown will include the majority of the Department of Natural Resources, including the DNR's primary website resources. Please visit BeReadyMN.com for more shutdown-related information.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is the agency of the U.S. state of Minnesota charged with conserving and managing the state's natural resources. The agency maintains areas such as state parks, state forests, recreational trails, and recreation areas as well as managing minerals, wildlife, and forestry. The agency is currently divided into sections Ecological Resources, Enforcement, Fish & Wildlife, Forestry, Lands and Minerals, Waterways, Parks and Trails, and Waters. Visit www.dnr.state.mn.us