The Fire Department Advisory Council spring meeting includes a discussion of the DNR forest fire suppression program and topics related to DNR and Wisconsin fire department cooperation on forest fire suppression, including the funding of the Forest…
The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (NRB) will meet in-person for the February board meeting to consider several proposed rulemaking documents, a proposed land sale and donations, and to receive a report of the 2023-2024 deer seasons.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites the public to join DNR staff members on Jan. 29 at the Wild Rivers Interpretive Center in Florence, Wisconsin, for the first meeting of a six-part series focused on northeast Wisconsin fisheries management.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites any member of the public interested in exploring a potential career with the DNR to attend any of four in-person career fairs taking place throughout the month of January. The fairs will be held in Eau Claire, Milwaukee, Appleton and Stoughton starting Jan. 13.
The DNR employs passionate, knowledgeable and natural resource-focused individuals. Representatives from several divisions including parks, forestry, wildlife, conservation wardens and environmental management will be present.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), in partnership with the Hunger Task Force, Wisconsin Council of Sport Fishing Organizations and Milwaukee County Parks, encourages families and organizations to bring their children to one of five Milwaukee County Parks on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024 to learn to ice fish.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invites the public to celebrate the outdoors this winter at any of the several candlelight events happening across Wisconsin. These events kick off on Jan. 6, 2024 and are scheduled at different locations through March 2024.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is hosting Free Fishing Weekend Jan. 20 – 21 to share the fun and excitement of winter fishing. No fishing license or trout and salmon stamps are required.