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Finally – MLFAC MEETS ONLINE – Register by Noon Feb 14

By |February 9th, 2022|Categories: Updates|

PERM members are invited to observe/comment via online video-conference The Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee will meet from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15. PERM members and interested outdoor enthusiasts are invited to observe/comment via online video-conference. The agenda covers: *** Fall netting results *** Upcoming open water regulations *** Update on the Mille Lacs management plan. *** Welcome new members [...]

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Fellegy: free tribal state park permits ‘atrocious’

By |January 21st, 2022|Categories: Updates|

It's not racist to question racist government policy Joe Fellegy nails it in today's Outdoor News, Fellegy selfie Q&A: tribal state park permits and more. He calls out the Governor, DNR, various state leaders, and unnamed tribal politicos over a discriminatory tribal state park permit policy. He explains why the Governor "and his administration cannot be trusted to defend Minnesota’s [...]

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Questions I Get Asked about PERM

By |January 7th, 2022|Categories: Updates|

The most asked questions I get about PERM are: With no major case in court why is PERM still operating? And, what is done with funds raised? Every chance to speak up, challenge, inform, organize citizen response, initiate or sign on to a lawsuit all vary in timing and scope. (And depend on resources available.) Ebb or flow, PERM has [...]

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Free State Park Permits for Indians

By |January 7th, 2022|Categories: Updates|

Looking at new laws going into effect in 2022 one stood out—Free State Park permits for Indians. This law came out of the Legislature’s 2021 Special Session and the SF 20, Environment and Natural Resources omnibus bill. It was signed into law by Gov. Walz on June 29, 2021. SF20 was controversial in part because of the electric car mandate. [...]

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Legal hunting (tribal only) of Tundra and Trumpeter swans

By |January 7th, 2022|Categories: Updates|

An article by Star Tribune reporter Jim Williams explains how tribes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan acquired special permission to open up the hunting of Tundra swans. " Tundra swans can be hunted by some American Indian tribes in Minnesota." They are legal game in eight states, but the nearly identical-looking Trumpeter swans are strictly protected everywhere. Which pretty much [...]

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The so-called “bans” on over-water teal hunting

By |October 4th, 2021|Categories: Updates|

Recent reporting by Tim Spielman pulled the curtain back on the White Earth and Leech Lake Bands' abrupt "teal hunting ban.” Streams of Thought, Tim Spielman, Editor, Outdoor News Minnesota, September 10, 2021. It came just days before the launch of a new experimental teal hunting season. It's a pretty big deal, being the first new season in nearly 50 [...]

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