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DEER HUNTING SEASON MEANS BIG BUCKS FOR THE ECONOMY

November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

 Photo: Daniel Mears , The Detroit News from Joe St. Henry; Special to The Detroit News Michigan’s deer hunters are not the only ones chasing elusive bucks during the state’s most popular hunting season, which opens Saturday and runs through Nov. 30. The Department of Natural Resources, outdoor retailers and other businesses that cater to hunters…

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WILDLIFE WEDNESDAY: OTG VOLUNTEERS FIND SUCCESS HUNTING DEER

November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

 Drew YoungeDyke This past year, 400 volunteers showed up to improve fish and wildlife habitat through MUCC’s On the Ground program. Scanning my Facebook feed over the last month, I’ve been excited to see a few of them connecting on deer this season. I’m not saying it’s karma rewarding them with venison for their volunteer…

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THE IMPACT OF THE ROVER PIPELINE ON MICHIGAN OUTDOORSMEN AND WOMEN

November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Be on the lookout this hunting season! Energy Transfer Partners will be working on their Rover Pipeline Project this fall. MUCC has agreed to spread the word in order to unsure hunter safety practices, especially in the presence of the pipeline project as there may be pipeline workers in your hunting area. Along with discussing…

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