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Wildlife Forever Green Lights Recycling Box

Did you know one teaspoon of Mercury can contaminate a 20-acre lake forever? Mercury is used in certain light bulbs, thermometers, and electronics and if these items are not recycled properly, it can leech into the environment, polluting lakes, rivers and groundwater. Wildlife Forever and Green Lights Recycling have partnered together to protect Americas’ vital water sources from mercury and heavy metal contamination by promoting the Recycle & Restore mail-in program. Since 1995, Green Lights Recycling has kept 98.5 million…

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The U.S. House of Representatives should swiftly pass the America’s Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Act, following the U.S. Senate’s unanimous passage today of the bipartisan bill, which includes multiple hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation priorities. The bill, introduced by Sens. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) and Tom Carper (D-Del.), would be another significant win for wildlife and sportsmen and sportswomen nationwide. “At a time when one-third of wildlife species are at heightened risk of extinction and lawmakers struggle to agree on anything, the…

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Water runs over rocks

Wildlife Forever, the North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA),  National Park Service, and US Fish and Wildlife Service have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance coordination of invasive species prevention messaging across public lands and waters. The new agreement aims to increase the reach of national prevention campaigns such as PlayCleanGo® Stop Invasive Species In Your Tracks®, Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ , and Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers on federal lands and waters. The MOU will facilitate broader…

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DEVILS LAKE, N.D. – January 3, 2020 – Most fishermen have heard the phrase, “Shoulda been here yesterday.”   Right now, the Devils Lake ice fishing experts say, “Be here tomorrow.” The ice conditions are excellent to start the New Year with 18 inches of ice on Alice, Irving and Dry Lakes.  The main basin has 15-18 inches. There is some snow on the lake but warm temperatures have melted the snow down enough so anglers have been able to get…

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White Bear Lake, MN- Wildlife Forever offers the State-Fish Art Contest as a fun and exciting way to get outside even when the thermometer reads below zero. The State-Fish Art Contest is a free K-12 art competition, teaching the joy of fishing and the importance of aquatic conservation. Supported by Title Sponsor Bass Pro Shops, the contest uses art and writing to ignite the imagination of youth and can spark the next generation of stewards. Young artists that enter can…

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