DNR: Travelers Should Leave Firewood At HomeWherever your travels may take you this summer, you can make more room for your favorite recreational gear, your pet or even an extra friend by choosing to leave firewood at home, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources says.
DNR: Gypsy Moth Activity Expected Across Lower MichiganFollowing defoliation by gypsy moth caterpillars last year across much of the northern Lower Peninsula, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources says residents across the state may start to notice the loss of leaves on oak, aspen and maple trees again this year.
Michigan Department Of Natural Resources Says Tiny, Invasive Insects From Asia Found In Michigan State ParkThe Michigan Department of National Resources says crews have treated affected trees and continue to survey the area.
Black Bear Spotted Roaming Parking Lot At Meijer In Traverse CityShoppers say they saw a black bear roaming in a Meijer parking lot Thursday. 
Here's Why The DNR Is Encouraging Customers To Buy Licenses, Permits EarlyThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources will move to a new, more technologically advanced system for selling hunting and fishing licenses, hunting applications, and ORV and snowmobile permits online and at retail agent locations statewide.
Price Increases For Michigan Recreation Passes: What To KnowThis is the first increase in seven years for the passes.
DNR: 3 More Elk Poached In Northern MichiganMichigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers in Gaylord are seeking tips from the public regarding three adult cow elk poached in Otsego County – the third elk poaching case in northern Michigan in roughly a month.
DNR Seeks Candidates For Snowmobile Advisory WorkgroupPeople interested in helping to shape and support Michigan's snowmobile program and trail opportunities are encouraged to apply for vacancies on Michigan’s Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup.
DNR Seeks Tips About Bull Elk Poached In Northern MichiganMichigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers in Gaylord are seeking information about a bull elk that was poached in the Pigeon River State Forest, east of Vanderbilt in Otsego County.
Developing Michigan’s Signature Iron Belle TrailMomentum that has been building over the past couple of years to develop Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail – The Trail State’s roughly 2,000-mile centerpiece trail system – continued to gain steam over the summer months as nearly 30 miles of the route were completed.
DNR Reports CWD-Positive Deer In Hamilton Township, Gratiot CountyA 2-year-old, hunter-harvested doe from Hamilton Township, in Gratiot County, Michigan, recently tested positive for chronic wasting disease – the second confirmed CWD-positive wild deer from that county.