Tag: Chronic wasting disease

CWD Sampling Requirements During Deer Hunting Season

Detroit Lakes, MN — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding deer hunters that CWD sampling is occurring in the Climax management zone, Deer Permit Area (DPA) 661 and  the adjacent surveillance zone (DPAs 256, 257, 262 and 265) beginning with archery season  (Sept. 17) and continuing throughout the deer seasons.   CWD sampling is…
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September 28, 2022 0

DNR to host public meeting on CWD in Grand Rapids area Aug. 23

RELEASE FROM MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES: The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is inviting hunters and anyone interested in deer to a public information meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease in the Grand Rapids area (permit area 679, formerly DPA 179). The meeting is 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23, in the Chukar Auditorium at…
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August 11, 2022 0

DNR announces CWD sampling changes

As part of an adaptive approach to chronic wasting disease management statewide, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is broadening the options this year for hunters to get their deer tested for CWD. “Keeping Minnesota’s deer healthy remains a top DNR priority,” DNR Wildlife Section Manager Kelly Straka said. “The DNR’s commitment to sound surveillance…
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August 3, 2022 0

Minnesota Deer Hunting-CWD

ST PAUL, MN—The Minnesota DNR says there will be two additional zones where chronic wasting disease, or CWD, has been found in the state. DNR wildlife health specialist Erik Hildebrand says both are in northern Minnesota. Deer hunters in Minnesota will need to remember to turn in a CWD sample of any deer they catch…
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August 2, 2022 0

Capitol Update with 3a Rep. Rob Ecklund

By Kris Norton, Kris@ksdmradio.com (3/5/2021) International Falls – Back in session, Minnesota 3A Representative Rob Ecklund joined Friday’s edition of The Morning Show. In the past week, Rep. Ecklund helped to pass funding directed to the agriculture bill. Ecklund explained that while agriculture may not be the most prevalent industry in Koochiching County, it has…
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March 5, 2021 0