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The four-day event has 700+ boats, 230 exhibitors and draws 38,000 to Convention Center
Weekend events are geared to getting young people into the action.
The spanking new program recently announced its first 59 awards, including $5,000 for Pillager Public Schools to buy enough Nordic ski equipment to outfit a classroom.
State lawmakers attuned to hunting and fishing will revisit chronic wasting disease (CWD) next month when they return to St. Paul
Minnesota deer farmer Steve Porter plans to bring his monster bucks to the Sportsmen's Show in defiance of an emergency rule against moving such deer.
December snowfalls that dumped 15 to 40 inches of snow across the state have magnified snowmobiling's safety hazards and harms while land damage and vehicle violations are mounting in eager snowmobilers' wake.
Under a new statewide timber-cutting plan about to be implemented by the DNR, stately forests favored by fishers and other wild creatures will become choice "stands" for sale to Minnesota's wood products industry.
DNR wants to help ducks and pheasants to thrive.
No disease spike was seen, despite increased testing.
The announcement by the Minnesota Board of Animal Health didn't specify the location of the farm, but the finding is certain to introduce state-funded disease surveillance of the area's wild deer herd.