Posted February 16, 2017 10:10 am by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

Members of a Michigan Department of Natural Resources crew ascends a flight of stairs, with chainsaws in hand, at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Members of a Michigan Department of Natural Resources crew ascends a flight of stairs, with chainsaws in hand, at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Michigan DNR
Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Michigan-(Ammoland.com)- There are numerous occasions when Michigan Department of Natural Resources divisions work together to perform a good number of tasks, but this cooperation is often unknown to the general public.

Recently, in the Upper Peninsula, an especially great deal of cooperation was in evidence between several DNR divisions, as well as outside entities, called to respond to the impacts of two vicious storm systems that struck the western part of the region over a 10-day period.

“Spectacular work was done by our DNR staff and outside crews who worked to put our parks back together after the damage caused by Mother Nature,” said Ron Olson, chief of the DNR Parks and Recreation Division. “We appreciated the patience of the public and the public valued the quick response to this emergency.”

On the night of July 11, 2016, a tremendous storm – some analysts would later say it was the worst in 1,000 years – moved east from the Saxon Harbor area of Iron County, Wisconsin toward Porcupine …Read the Rest

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