MDNR

AcronymDefinition
MDNRMichigan Department of Natural Resources
MDNRMissouri Department of Natural Resources
MDNRMinnesota Department of Natural Resources
MDNRMedical Devices National Registry (Saudi Food and Drug Authority; Saudi Arabia)
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The MDNR protects Missouri's air, land, water, and mineral resources; preserves unique natural and historic places and provides recreational and learning opportunities, while promoting the environmentally sound operations of businesses, communities, agriculture, and industry for the benefit of all Missourians.
"Hunters often don't file a complaint because they feel foolish or believe that nothing can be done about it," said MDNR Conservation Officer (CO) Bobbi Lively.
"When we got a call that there was an oil spill," says Jay Wesley of the MDNR, "we expected to see an overturned truck or something like that.
In December of 2011, the MDE and MDNR released Part I of the
The second was an increased interest in crossbows, which the MDNR attributed partly to an aging population of hunters and their resultant physical limitations with regard to conventional archery tackle.
In 2011, MDNR received a $2.4 million dollar Section 6 Land Acquisition Grant from the Service to conserve Puritan tiger beetle habitat on two properties in Cecil County, and four more in Calvert County--totaling over 400 acres (160 hectares).
In Chesapeake Bay for example, black drum spawn from late April through June (Wells and Jones, 2002) when water temperatures are within approximately the same range as that reported for the Gulf of Mexico during the spawning season (MDNR (2)).
In 1993 the Minnesota legislature rejected an agreement worked out between the Mille Lacs band, the governor, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MDNR).
Based on the results of these studies, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) reinstituted brown trout stocking in the Pigeon River in 2003 (MDNR 2010).
Moose in northeastern Minnesota are surveyed annually by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) and tribal biologists (Edwards et al.
Prior carnivore surveillance conducted by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) had detected M.
Minn., has formed a successful partnership with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) and actively supports its educational efforts.