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Wisconsin DNR Investigating Marathon County Manure Spill

MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff is working with Marathon County Land and Water Conservation District to assess the impact of...

DNR: Confirmed Sighting of Cougar in Marinette County

The Wisconsin DNR has confirmed a sighting of a cougar in Marinette County, the fourth confirmed sighting this year. The photo was captured on a...

Rails to Trails Project Could Connect Neillsville, Granton, and Chili

(OnFocus) Central Wisconsin could have a new 13-mile trail system linking Neillsville, Granton, and Chili that would provide new opportunities to bike, ski, and...

DNR: Check Your Window Wells for Salamanders

August means salamanders are beginning their migrations. As larvae become adults and leave their natal ponds, salamanders can easily fall into window wells and...

Panel to consider making DNR sell bug spray in state parks

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A legislative committee is set to consider a bill that would require the state Department of Natural Resources to sell...

Wastewater Utility Prepared for New Phosphorus Limits

DNR Takes Steps to Address Water Quality Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) Phosphorus in Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers have left a quarter of the state’s 700 waterbodies...

Is that fawn really abandoned? What to do if you find one

Fawns Best Left Alone Those who find a fawn in their yard alone might assume that it’s been abandoned and try to interfere — but...

Wisconsin lawmakers take aim at potentially toxic chemicals in firefighting

By TODD RICHMOND Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Some Wisconsin legislators are pushing to curtail the use of firefighting foams that contain potentially toxic...

DNR moves last group of Kentucky elk to Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin wildlife officials say they're done importing elk from Kentucky. Department of Natural Resources officials say 48 Kentucky elk arrived in...

Federal plans to lift wolf protections would trigger hunt

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Lifting protections for gray wolves across most of the country would force Wisconsin wildlife officials to re-start wolf hunts. The Associated...
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