Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Authorities are asking people to be cautious following some recent bear sightings in West Michigan.
Recreation officials say 4,200 acres of land along the shores of Lake Huron have become Michigan’s newest state park.
Hunters hoping to win the chance to participate in Michigan’s “Hunt of a Lifetime” have just a short time left to enter the drawing.
More than 500 acres of private land are being added to Michigan’s 118,000-acre Pigeon River Country State Forest in the northern Lower Peninsula.
The DNR seized everything after learning that the man didn’t get a hunting license until after he shot a 13-point buck on Nov. 20.
The Michigan DNR says the sales of the recreation passport have exceeded its goals.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says warm summer temperatures and a lack of moisture in parts of the state have created high fire danger conditions this Labor Day weekend.
The fire covers about 60 acres in Marquette County near the Dead River Basin. The area is about 10 miles north of Ishpeming.
Under a new law signed by Snyder, volunteers will be protected from lawsuits resulting from work they do for the department. They’ll also be able to use DNR equipment and machinery at the department’s discretion.