Gov. Rick Snyder took an off-road vehicle ride Wednesday along the new Escanaba to Hermansville multi-use trail, celebrating one more milestone in deepening Michigan’s brand as The Trails State. The trail was developed through a unique and innovative partnership between the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and American Transmission Co. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Thomas St. Onge Veterans Museum in Hermansville, Gov. Snyder rode the roughly 25-mile ORV route east into Delta County
WESTFIELD, MA – Fox shotguns have proven themselves as superb firearms for more than a century. For 2017, the new Fox A Grade Series presented by Savage Arms continues this heritage of craftsmanship with shotguns that handle gracefully, point naturally and hit hard. Shipments of these fine firearms are now being delivered to dealers. The Fox A Grade Series features the same components and style that have made all Fox shotguns the envy of collectors.
Low-Cost Apprentice Hunting Licenses Now Available The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is offering a new hunting license for first-time hunters. The Apprentice Hunting License is available to residents and nonresidents of any age who never held a Maryland hunting license. The apprentice license is $10 for residents and $20 for nonresidents, and provides the same privileges as other Maryland hunting licenses. It allows anyone interested in hunting a one-time chance to try the sport
Birmingham, Ala. – Quail Forever continues to expand its mission in the Southeast with the formation of the Black Warrior Chapter of Quail Forever in Birmingham, Alabama. Volunteers are focusing on habitat improvements and conservation education to create positive impacts for bobwhite quail and other wildlife in the Greater Birmingham region. “We’re excited to bring a new chapter of Quail Forever to the largest population center in Alabama and make it available for those passionate