People should mind their manners while enjoying Minnesota’s outdoors (August 21, 2007)
News Release from the MN DNR
Minnesota’s summer season may be coming to a close, but there’s still plenty of time to leave behind the city limits and get into nature. What shouldn’t get left behind as people tramp through the woods, pitch a tent, go boating or cast a fishing line are manners.
“Most outdoor enthusiasts are simply looking to get away from it all and have some fun, but for some reason there are those who toss common courtesies to the wind, spoiling a day in the fresh air and sunshine with boorish behavior,” said Col. Mike Hamm, Minnesota DNR chief conservation officer.
This is apparent in recent editions of the Conservation Officer Weekly Report. Here are a few examples:
News Release courtesy of the MN DNR