Many of us begin our day with a cup of coffee, and starting this week, Michiganders could end their day with one and with the DNR.
A pair of snowmobilers have made waves in Huron County.
The DNR is asking for the public’s help in identifying two snowmobilers accused of killing ducks on the Saginaw River. Read more
With warmer temperatures around much of Michigan, the DNR is reminding ice fishers and snowmobilers that we’re quickly getting to the point where no ice is safe ice. Read more
The state of Michigan is building a new facility to store wildfire fighting equipment.
Following a meeting Thursday evening, a series of oil and gas leases along the Au Sable River have been approved as non development leases
That lease does not allow the use of surface ground for oil and gas exploration or development.
The first gray wolf was bagged just after dawn Friday in Baraga County – one of the three designated hunting zones in the Upper Peninsula. Read more
Michigan wildlife officials are dismissing claims that bad information led to the state’s upcoming wolf hunt. Read more
State officials are working this month to bring greater awareness to a five year old law. The law allows persons who are disabled to ride ORV’s while hunting on public lands. Read more
Photos of state park sites in Michigan will soon be available online.