• MN Nature’s “Winter Fun” Q & A

  • Community Roadside Partnership Engages Youth

  • Education Adventures!

  • Weekend Nature Activities

  • Volunteer in the Urban Forest

Basic Bow Class for Women

Women new to archery or bow hunting can learn basics in DNR classes Women new to archery or women who want to take their shooting to the next level and start bow hunting can register for classes this spring that will help them hit the mark, through the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program, offered by […]

Klobuchar Co-Sponsors Bill to Permanently Remove Gray Wolves From Federal Protection In 4 States

Bill HR 424 has just been introduces by Congressman Liz Cheney (WY) which if passed, will critically effect the populations of gray wolves. The bill is aimed to permanently remove federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections from gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Wyoming, otherwise allowing trophy hunting of wolves within these regions to immediately continue. The bill […]

MN Nature Activities: February!

February and March in Minnesota is sure to be sweet. Why? Because it’s maple syrup time! With the gently unthawing of the earth, the trees start to come out of hibernation. This means the sugars stored in their roots start to make their way up the trunk and out to all the branches to help […]

10 Things to Do In Minnesota this Winter 2017

MN Nature in St Paul, Minnesota, offers free outdoor activities year-round. These are the top of the top places to see, things to do, or events to experience this winter. Our MN Nature Top 10 list is the best because it’s specific! Without much fanfare, we’ll give you the list and a few links so […]

MN Nature’s “Winter Fun” Q & A

MN Nature in St Paul, Minnesota, wants to help you have the best winter ever. After all, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Start filling up your calendar for fun in the outdoors — it’s where Minnesotans love to play. If you embark, tell ’em MN Nature (“Em En Nature”) sent ya. Thank […]