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Dick Ellis Blog:
10/28/2022
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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Warden Wire: Wardens part of Van Hollen's crackdown on big pot operation

Law enforcement officers -- including the DNR conservation wardens -- last week seized $13 million worth of marijuana from a remote growing operation in Marinette County. State Attorney General JB Van Hollen called it one of the largest such operations on record in the Badger State. The Attorney General also warned outdoor enthusiasts about potentially armed criminals who will act to protect their multi-million dollar crop growing in these remote operations. Attorney General Van Hollen says a multi-state effort is under way to stop these illegal marijuana growers. Law enforcement gets tips from hunters, anglers and loggers about these grows, noting both public and private properties are vulnerable to such criminals. Read the entire story

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