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The Department of Natural Resources, the Conservation Corps Minnesota and Iowa, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources have partnered to launch the Increasing Diversity in Environmental Careers program.

The program is geared toward environmentally-minded college students or soon-to-be college students interested in pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math. It will consist of three parts – a fellowship with stipends to help address financial need and support...

Gun Buyers ClubResearchers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are looking for anglers’ help to capture information about the Atlantic red snapper fishery.

The 2019 recreational season in Atlantic federal waters is July 12-14 and July 19-20. Anglers are limited to one fish per person, per day, with no minimum size limit.


FWC researchers and volunteers will be out along Florida’s east coast during each day

Arizona Wildlife Federation Honored for Leadership on Wildlife Conservation
Arizona Wildlife Federation Honored for Leadership on Wildlife Conservation
ST. LOUIS, MO — -( The National Wildlife Federation honored the Arizona Wildlife Federation for its unparalleled work to protect Arizona’s wildlife heritage and natural resources for future generations. The Arizona Wildlife Federation, which marks its 96th year of conservation leadership this year, has set an example for conservation organizations in the Grand Canyon State and beyond for building...

Gun Buyers ClubThe Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission recognized a half-dozen Oklahoma students for being among America’s elite young archers Monday during its regular July meeting in Oklahoma City.

The state youths all placed in the top five in various divisions at national competitions conducted by the National Archery in the Schools program in recent weeks. Each of them received citations from Jay Rouk, coordinator of the Oklahoma National Archery in the Schools program for the Wildlife Department.