Community conversations: A decline in youth hunters and anglers in Minnesota
A decline in the number of young hunters and anglers in Minnesota has some concerned about the future of public lands in the Midwest and throughout the country. Participation in hunting and fishing activities in Minnesota is a key economic driver when it comes to outdoor recreation in the state. A continued decline in these fields could impact many North Shore businesses and those near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
In this Community Conversation, WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs speaks with Minnesota Conservationist John Arms, Mark Norquist from the Modern Carnivore and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, as well as local DNR Conservation Officer Darin Fagerman.