Sound and bubble barrier is possible at Lock and Dam 5 on the Mississippi. But the DNR wants to talk rather than act.
The 300-mile marathon winds up the North Shore and is expected to get its first finishers Tuesday evening in Grand Portage.
Leah Gruhn isn't a stranger to gritty endurance events, but this "expedition" presents new challenges — a race on the trail better known for challenging dogsled teams in Alaska.
From the Mississippi River to Lake of the Woods, uneven weather means, at times, uneven ice — and sometimes the need to fish out a vehicle that has been caught unaware.
The bonding portion of the agency's budget proposal brings the overall funding request to $553 million — mostly one-time money.
Forest Service managers of the northern Minnesota wilderness will keep the quota of permits the same as 2022, when it cut the number available by about 13%
The higher fee requests to the Legislature are part of a sweeping DNR budget proposal that seeks more than $200 million in one-time funding.
Aitkin and Carlton counties are the first in Minnesota to update logging plans with northern long-eared bats in mind.
A collection of events and activities to help you make the most of the beautiful winter season in Minnesota.
Boats and personal water crafts were on display at the Minneapolis Convention Center for the Minneapolis Boat Show on Saturday.
A hit-and-run snowmobile crash in northwestern Wisconsin left an Alaskan husky with a critically broken leg. A year later, he's back on the trail.
Bonding money to be announced next week would supplement the surplus spending plan.
Gray squirrels were once a rare breed mostly found in forests. Now they are abundant in the city's parks.
"I'm gonna get this," a Twin Cities dad said after his third time on ice. What if we all took this approach to trying new things?
Drawn to water, Minnesotans float boats for different purposes, at different times. And sometimes as life changes, a change in boats is in order.
A conservation group wrote they're 'heading east,' but signs continue to say they'll be uncommon in Minnesota.
Weather-related drop in ice fishing pressure bodes well for spring and summer walleye anglers.
The ripple effect from the killing of wolves by humans was less apparent when they die of natural causes.
The Pirtek Snocross National competition came to Cantebury Park in Shakopee on Friday, Jan. 13 and Saturday, Jan. 14.
Q&A: Sarah Strommen, Minnesota's first woman DNR commissioner, has been reappointed for a second term.