Conservation of Minnesota's natural resources is in a lot more trouble than many realize. If actions aren't taken in the next 10 years or so, the outdoors lifestyle that historically has been a hallmark will go the way of the horse and buggy.
Finding the right firearm for a young hunter is a key step in boosting overall participation in Upper Midwest hunting seasons. Choosing a gun with the right fit, low recoil and high impact will make the experience a lasting draw to the outdoors.
In unprecedented ways, titans of the cross-country race scene have decided they need to make snow to survive.
A woman, in an effort to warn others of the dangers of moose, posted a video on social media of a moose charging skiers and snowboarders at a ski resort.
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is making 607 any-deer bow licenses available to out-of-state hunters this year.
A 101-year-old hunter in Mississippi is still at it, and even dropped two deer with one shot.
What outdoors people are reading, following, doing, and more.
Amid mixed success, 4-year-old statewide action plan comes up for renewal with aim to improve
With the dawn of another legislative session, it's worth reminding how the 2008 amendment changed everything.
Three generations give a glimpse of a sport that was watched -- and drew racers -- in massive numbers.
What outdoors people are reading, following, listening to, and doing.
The cabin has been in the family for 50 years.
The mammal, a relative of beavers, is a living fortress.
Minneopa State Park will host festival.
A south Minneapolis woman opens up her colorful journal — art and observations — from daily walks in Roberts Bird Sanctuary.
Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are jointly studying whether West Nile virus is suppressing ruffed grouse populations. The inquiry began after hunters in 2017 reported seeing far fewer birds than expected.
The new standards are part of a suite of changes that proponents call the Modern Fish Act that were approved by the House and Senate in December.
Mature aspen must go, but the DNR is afraid other interests will suffer.
As hunter and angler numbers dwindle, new sources of support are needed to replace them.
Ice fishing is seeing more flashy wheel houses and gadgets. But looking to the future. what will the impact of these advances mean for Minnesota's lakes?