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NO WOLF HUNT IN 2014, NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS ON NOVEMBER REFERENDUMS

September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Drew YoungeDyke, Grassroots Manager | 734.272.2584 | dyoungedyke@mucc.org No Wolf Hunt in 2014, Natural Resources Commission Asks DNR to Review Science, Data on Wolf Depredations for 2015 EAST LANSING—The Natural Resources Commission today announced that it  Photo: ABC 10 News – U.P. would not consider a wolf hunt for 2014, even if…

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A THREAT TO SPORTSMEN, AND NOW, A THREAT TO A WAY OF LIFE

September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Hal Herring of fieldandstream.com – read the full article here Over the past 18 months, I’ve spent an awful lot of time writing about, and talking about, the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Boring, right? The reading and writing equivalent of a tow sack full of Ambien. Who would do this, especially in the summer,…

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LETTERS FROM CAMP: CLOSING THE GATE

August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

 One Last Wave Goodbye! Stephanie Rustem, Camp Assistant Director There is something incredibly eerie about walking around camp without hearing and seeing campers. The buildings look the same, but they feel incredibly different. The Lodge no longer sounds of cheerful campers, and the Art Shed now lacks tie dyed bandanas and plaster of Paris animal…

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