Warm temperatures and strong wind combined with dry grass, leaves and pine needles on the ground have prompted the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to ask residents to restrict outdoor burn
Home and property owners in much of the Lower Peninsula should avoid outdoor burning for the next few days because dry conditions could cause fire to spread.
Invasive species cost America at least $120 billion a year in damages to natural resources, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
The Department of Natural Resources announced its 20th annual statewide Frog and Toad Survey will begin this spring, allowing for volunteer openings throughout the state.
Andersen Boat Works of Saugatuck has won a $1.3-million Michigan Department of Natural Resources contract to build a new Lake Huron fisheries research vessel.
The Winter Free Fishing Weekend – an annual effort to promote Michigan’s world-class fishing opportunities—will be Saturday, Feb. 14, and Sunday, Feb. 15.
A splash pad will be added to Wayland City Park after city manager Mike Selden announced the city was approved for a $45,000 Department of Natural Resources Passport grant that will also fund resur
While Allegan County’s deer population took a hit from drought and a deadly deer disease in 2012, compounded by a severe winter in 2013, DNR wildlife biologist Mark Mills said the opportunities are
The Fennville city commissioners approved the property use agreement with the Allegan County Snowmobile Club with a license fee of $1 for the proposed trail and staging area.
A plan to raise Dumont Lake’s water level received court approval today.