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DNR seeks input on potential reduction of recreation land in UP for solar development

September 10, 2021 |

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently announced a request from a land developer for an amendment to a long-term agreement that would eliminate hunting and fishing on 1,080 acres of land in the Upper Peninsula’s Marquette County. The property, owned by Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co., is part of a larger land exchange agreement with the…

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September NRC: Fisheries regulations, loss of commissioner

September 8, 2021 |

It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to commissioner Michael Lashbrook after his passing this weekend. Although MUCC was not able to work with NRC Commissioner Lashbrook long, his tenacity and willingness to dig into the issues affecting all of us as hunters and anglers will be missed. May there be brown…

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DNR presents survey information at September wolf council meeting

September 7, 2021 |

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) responded to claims from a former employee that it undercounted wolves at the September Wolf Management Advisory Council (WMAC) meeting. WMAC members heard wildlife biologist Brian Roell, a 25-year veteran of the DNR, detail how the minimum wolf population survey is estimated, what internal and external validation processes the…

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