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Topics range from fishing and hunting to history and outdoor recreation. This is a weekly feature story sent on Thursday.
- We are not just wardens
Many DNR Wildlife Division staffers don't often deal directly with the public, but their fingerprints are all over Michigan's conservation story. They come from many different backgrounds and do many different jobs, but the one thing they have in common is caring about protecting Michigan's ...
- Picturing the new year
With the turning of a new year, there's often a good deal of hope welled up for new and better things to come in the days ahead.
- Despite pandemic, much to celebrate in outdoors, history
By any measure, it's a pretty big deal: one hundred years and counting. Though COVID-19 threw the DNR's planned centennial celebrations to the wayside, we found ways to help people safely connect - or, in some cases, reconnect - with Michigan's natural and heritage resources.
- Exploring Michigan's outdoors in 52 hikes
Inspired by the popular 52 Hike Challenge, Rachel Coale, DNR Forest Resources Division, crunched down Michigan's trails, taking the first steps on a yearlong journey ...
- Cultivating growth in Michigan's outdoor recreation business - the Michigan Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry
Michigan is among the top states in the nation in terms of how much outdoor activities contribute to the economy. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer created the Michigan Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry in 2019 to expand the outdoor recreation economy in the state by supporting and growing existing ...