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New direction needed at DNR Dick Ellis Candidate for governor Tim Michels indicated in October that if elected he would break up the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to serve 1) business and 2 ) the hunting and fishing, or sporting community. “It’s not my opinion that the DNR is broken,” Michels said. “It’s what I hear everywhere I go.” Better days. John and Jim Ellis with a memorable opening mornin...
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Wildfire season is here: Thank you for your efforts!

Wisconsin is moving into a dry weather pattern resulting in a widespread elevated fire danger, hovering around high to very high in much of the state.

In the attached letter, Department of Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp would like to recognize media efforts in helping us protect the citizens from wildfires.

To aid in this effort, the Wisconsin DNR will continue to suspend burning permits for debris burning on days when fire danger is elevated and ask the public to be especially careful with activities that could potentially lead to a wildfire, such as campfires, grills, smoking, chain saws, off-road vehicles or other small engines have the potential to ignite a dangerous and destructive fire.

Please continue to visit our Fire Danger<http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/ForestFire/restrictions.html> webpage, which is updated daily at 11 a.m., for current conditions in your market. If you have any questions, I would be happy to assist.

Sincerely,
Catherine Koele
DNR Wildfire Prevention Specialist

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