About 350 of Minnesota's conservation leaders will gather Friday, Jan. 6, and Saturday, Jan. 7, in St. Paul for the Department of Natural Resources' 22nd annual Roundtable, an invitation-only event that focuses on fisheries, wildlife and ecological issues.
The gathering provides hunting, angling and conservation organization representatives the opportunity to share insights with DNR staff and receive updates on the latest trends, research and natural resource issues.
The Roundtable is an important gathering that provides an opportunity for conservationists of all stripes to come together, listen, learn and share ideas for the betterment of our state.
Roundtable discussions help shape DNR decision making on natural resource management, legislative initiates and policy changes.
An agenda is being developed and will be announced later this month.