NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Don't move firewood â€”Buy it where you burn it!
It is against the law (M.S. 89.551 Sec. 2 Subd.3b) to bring unapproved firewood into any state park, state forest or day-use area.
Find a DNR approved firewood vendor near your destination, Be sure... Posted on 8/25/10 at 8:22 AM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND ND fishing regulation changes
2010-12 Fishing Regulations Set, New License Required
North Dakota’s 2010-12 fishing proclamation has been set, with regulations effective April 1, 2010 through March 31, 2012. In addition, angl... Posted on 3/22/10 at 5:50 AM
Taking aim at what they call an abuse of the taxpayers’ money, a growing number of states are blocking welfare recipients from spending their benefits on booze, cigarettes, lottery tickets, casino gambling, tattoos and strippers.
By Shannon Young, Associated Press
, July 19, 2012
It should come as no surprise that the oil industry is pushing back on new North Dakota regulations. That’s what the industry does: attempt to work in the least-regulated environment possible. But regulating sensibly and responsibly is what the state is supposed to do, and it appears that’s exactly what changes in specific rules will do.
North Dakota oil regulators on Monday endorsed new rules aimed at reducing the number of oil waste disposal pits and disclosing the chemical makeup of fluids pumped underground to coax oil to the surface.
The rules, developed over several months, are acceptable to western North Dakota’s burgeoning oil industry, even though they are likely to increase production costs, an industry representative said.
New rules to restrict oil waste disposal were delayed Tuesday when Gov. Jack Dalrymple said the regulations were too vague about whether some producers would be allowed to continue dumping in open pits.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, December 21, 2011
A raft of new Environmental Protection Agency regulations will leave energy companies uncertain about how to run their businesses and could drive up electricity prices, a former EPA official told the state Public Service Commission on Thursday.
By Trevor Born, The Associated Press
, April 15, 2011
One could be generous and call some game laws inexplicable; or one could be more accurate and say they are dim-witted.
Take the age requirement for a person to hunt big game. With the myriad distractions available to youth today, including an endless procession of electronic gadgetry, it makes no sense to restrict young hunters with an age limit. By the time a youth is 14 that person most likely has interests other than hunting and never will become a hunter.
In the past couple of weeks there have been some changes in fishing and boating regulations that anyone who is boating or fishing need to keep in mind. It is important to remember that many of these regulations vary from state to state, but if you’re going to be fishing or pulling a boat through that state, you need to be in compliance with that state’s laws. Following are some changes you need to be aware of.
By Bob Jensen, Fishing the Midwest
, July 09, 2010
I’ve got one lunker fish to my credit and I won’t lie, it was more about luck than skill, and that’s how it usually works for me.
Save for the hardcore anglers who spend more time fishing than sleeping, the majority of us are not on the water fishing three hours a day for five days a week, rain or shine. So I feel pretty confident saying that most anglers probably don’t have a lot of stories about the “Big One,” and some of those likely wouldn’t even make the list for most of our more intense peers.
Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, May 21, 2010
Rather than wholesale changes on a yearly basis, the bulk of North Dakota’s fishing rules and regulations are implemented every two years, and 2010 is one of the years when we get a new fishing proclamation.
The new regulations go into effect April 1 and are in place until March 31, 2012.
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, April 02, 2010
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