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  • Control room of WNMU-TV13 Behind the scenes at 'Ask the DNR'

    Every Thursday night, residents have the chance to interact with the DNR from the comfort of their own homes during “Ask the DNR.” For 60 minutes, DNR wildlife and fisheries biologists, conservation officers, trails specialists and others answer questions from viewers on ...

  • A dog watches a campfire How firewood became a hot topic

    Years ago, most people wouldn’t give a moment’s thought to tossing an armload of firewood into the trunk before heading out on a weekend getaway. But nowadays, that bundle of wood from home might create an issue if your destination is a park or campground. 

  • Aerial view of Stony Island Improving habitat at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area

    Pointe Mouillee State Game Area is a great place to hunt, fish or view wildlife, but it's also the site of one of the largest freshwater marsh restoration projects in North America. This project has helped restore much-needed habitat for the benefit of wildlife.

  • Henry Carpenter uses the new track chair at Tahquamenon Making Michigan's outdoor recreation more accessible

    Accessible features in state parks and recreation areas benefit everyone, not just people with disabilities. Take a peek at the DNR's efforts to make parks and recreation areas fun and exciting for all visitors. 

  • Diver with shipwreck Preserving Michigan's underwater heritage

    As the Great Lakes State, Michigan has always relied on the water for recreation and business. This legacy can be seen even under the surface, where the cold, clear waters of these insland seas offer a peek into Michigan's maritime history.

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