Since 1977, the DNR's Nongame Wildlife Program and Natural Heritage and Nongame Research Program have supported hundreds of research projects. These projects provide natural resource managers and the public with information useful in conserving the state's nongame wildlife, including rare plant and rare animal resources. Where noted, the project has received support from Grants for Conservation Biology Research in Minnesota.
Since 2003, Minnesota's State Wildlife Grant Program has also supported projects benefiting nongame wildlife through a competitive grant program. Projects supported by this program address the Priority Conservation Actions identified in Minnesota's Wildlife Action Plan, "Tomorrow's Habitat for the Wild and Rare."
Final reports for these projects can be accessed through the links on the left side of this page.
The lists of reports is a "work in progress." Our highest priority is to list the reports that have been submitted in the past ten years.
All listed reports are provided in html and/or pdf digital formats. A list of publications produced by these projects is also available.