As Kansas endure a dry winter, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) cautions anyone spending time outdoors to be aware of fire danger.
Boone and Crockett Club member Marc Brinkmeyer addressed the group and stressed the issue of forest management, fuel buildup, and catastrophic wildfires.
Despite a seemingly wet winter in Arizona’s high country, several wildfires have broken out during the recent dry conditions.
Warm weather and family gatherings can make the Fourth of July a fun time with great memories. But before celebrating, please remember that some areas of Michigan, especially the southern…..
Experts tell us that stress is a killer. Yet, the small handful of pilots who fly missions for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources said they wouldn’t trade their high-pressure…..
Most of Michigan’s wildfires occur in April, May and June. According to the Department of Natural Resources, which is responsible for wildland fire protection on 30 million acres of…..
With minimal snow this winter and warming February temperatures, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources anticipates early snow melt. This means annual burning restrictions will take…..
Smokey Bear has spread the U.S. Forest Service’s message of preventing wildfires since 1944, but even Smokey may want to trade his shovel for a matchstick when the goal is promoting wildlife habitat.
Pheasants Forever and its conservation partners are hosting a series of 13 educational workshops throughout Nebraska to provide prescribed fire training for landowners, land managers, resource…..
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) announced today that it is starting a Wildfire Disaster Fund to raise much needed funding to help restore western landscapes that have been devastated by massive…..
The Mako Group encourages shooters and hunters to adhere to guidelines released by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) noting what shooters can do in preventing wildfires all over the…..
Throughout the parched American West, the potential for wildfires is high…..
The melting snow may be a welcome change from winter’s chill, but the Department of Natural Resources reminds residents that pleasant weather also brings the threat of wildfires.
In order to reduce the risk of wildfires, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will again restrict target shooting on the Wenas Wildlife Area near Yakima and Ellensburg.