- Lt. Gov. Calley, DNR staff take hands-on approach to volunteer effort at Hoffmaster State Park
Michigan’s state parks have long depended on volunteers to help with stewardship programs. The DNR recently enlisted the aid of a different set of volunteers to go to work on a longstanding problem at many state parks: fixing deteriorating infrastructure. Lt. Gov. Brian Calley issued a challenge to DNR employees to join him and some of his staff for a work day to refurbish the stairs and walkways that allow visitor access to the magnificent dunes at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park in Muskegon.
- Michigan's Canada goose success story
It’s no secret that Michigan offers some of the best Canada goose hunting anywhere in the world, but it wasn’t always that way. Michigan’s resident Canada goose population – which produces the lion’s share of the annual harvest – was virtually nonexistent a century ago and not especially noteworthy five decades later. Michigan's goose restoration program has been exceptionally successful.
- 2015 hunting preview II - big game and furbearer seasons
Prospects for the 2015 big-game hunting and furbearer hunting seasons are very good, say Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists. Michigan offers a diversity of species and a wide variety of seasons to maximize recreational opportunity. Here's a quick overview of some of the upcoming seasons.