What We Do
Conservation tools used to maintain or enhance habitat on the district include water control structures, prescribed fire, planting of native prairie grasses and forbs and the use of mechanical equipment to enhance young forest habitat. The district also works with landowners to modify their operations with science based practices that improve wildlife habitat while also satisfying agricultural business needs.
Learn more about the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.
Law enforcement officers help landowners and visitors understand and obey wildlife protections laws. They work closely with tribal, state and local government offices to enforce federal and state hunting regulations that protect migratory birds other game species from illegal take and preserve legitimate hunting opportunities.
Questions regarding law enforcement or violations should be directed to Officer Chuck Melvin at 218-844-3423 or the refuge manager for Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge at 218-847-2641.