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Northwater Consulting and Prairie Analytical have aligned their resources to provide locally based environmental services and consulting to support the adaptation of Illinois’ new hydraulic
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA): The ISRA is applauding the selection of former 107th District Representative Kurt Granberg to lead the beleaguered Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR).
By Maggie Borman, The Telegraph, Alton, Ill. Aug. 3--People like Meadowbrook resident Ron Wallace waste no words when asked what they think about the potential for more cuts to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
By Scott Richardson In the midst of all the gloom out of Springfield comes one ray of light. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced the controlled pheasant program will continue through this season.
By The Associated Press CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) - Conservationists fear that $14 million slashed from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources' budget will lead to job cuts that could result in parks curtailing hours or even closing.The budget cuts, announced earlier this month by Gov.
By DAVID MERCER, Associated Press writer CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Conservationists fear that $14 million slashed from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources' budget will lead to job cuts that could result in parks curtailing hours or even closing.
By Lisa Black, Chicago Tribune Jul. 23--Conservationists fear that further cuts to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources will devastate area parks and services they say have suffered from budget slashing in recent years.
By Will Buss, Belleville News-Democrat, Ill. Jul. 23--GRAFTON -- Local environmental, business and tourism leaders are asking for public support in appealing to state lawmakers to reverse proposed cuts to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Gov.
By Scott Richardson Not so long ago in a land not so far away, wildlife biologists and natural resource managers worked together so well the prestigious publication Science Magazine noted their efforts. The year was 2000.
By ADRIANA COLINDRES Opponents of a proposed strip-mining operation near Banner, in northeastern Fulton County, started laying out their case Monday that the Illinois Department of Natural Resources erred when it granted a permit for the project.