May 29, 2008 RSS feed / Outdoors

For an economical family vacation DNR says Go Camping

With today's skyrocketing gas and food prices, many Michigan families are reevaluating their ability to take a vacation. More...

Survey for exotic pests to continue through 2008

The Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) will continue its survey efforts to locate exotic pests which threaten the state's agricultural, forestry, and ecological resources, which represent nearly $64 billion of Michigan's economic base. More...

Volunteers to clean Muskegon as part of national effort

Tackling litter in the Muskegon River will be the goal of volunteers June 7. Volunteers will work together to cleanup the river as part of National River Cleanup 2008 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 7. More...

Handling 'orphaned' animals does more harm than good

The Department of Natural Resources is reminding outdoor enthusiasts to resist handling or adopting what appear to be orphaned baby animals. More...

LITTLE GUY WALLEYE

Andre Grubba, 5, caught this 20-inch, 2 pound 2 ounce walleye while fishing on Houghton Lake May 24. Andre was fishing with his dad James Grubba, his grandfather James Grubba and his cousin, Tori Montgomery. More...

DNR resumes some coolwater fish production

After placing a moratorium on coolwater fish production in 2007 because of concerns related to viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus in the Great Lakes, the Department of Natural Resources has announced its fish production strategy for 2008. More...

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