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Richland County Conservation District is holding a second sign up for the Cost Share Program. Applications need to be submitted by July 1 if p…

THIRTY! Today’s starting temp will match the date as we close out a memorable April where records fell and numbers jumped.  We talk about the month that was, the near-term forecast and the Big Muddy Classic in today’s Three Things. Featured Photo: A pair of wet roosters navigate the spring grass just north of Bismarck....

By Nick Simonson For a pheasant hunter, or any upland hunter for that matter, areas of marginal land are spaces that must be explored. Small pocket sloughs in the middle of a cut field, grassy ridges that rise out of row crops, or brushy draws and hollows that are tough to access all hold birds. ...

By Nick Simonson If one human year equals seven dog years as the old adage goes, then one dog year is 52.14 days, by my public school math.  If that is the case, then 5,214 days – or 100 dog years ago this week – my old lab Gunnar was born in a mom and...

By Nick Simonson While it may not feel like it, spring is just around the corner, and with the six-to-ten weeks ahead, landowners and conservationists still have time to get their planting plans in place to help aid not only upland game species like pheasants and partridge, but also benefit songbirds, watchable wildlife and pollinators. ...