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Department Of Environmental Conservation
Latest Department Of Environmental Conservation Items
The Department of Environmental Conservation is planning its 16th CleanSweepNY program in western New York.
State environmental regulators are reminding New Yorkers that residential brush burning is prohibited in towns with less than 20,000 residents until May 14 because of increased risk of fires during spring months.
State officials say New York hunters killed 1,358 black bears during the 2013 hunting seasons, the second-highest number on record.
Supporters of preserving a pair of historic Adirondack mountaintop fire towers say their long battle is almost over.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation is asking hunters to submit recommendations to its regional task forces for the dates of the fall 2014 duck hunting seasons by April 4.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has ticketed two men for illegally dumping about 200 dead geese, ducks, pheasants and partridges beside a dirt road on private property in the Rensselaer County town of Nassau.
State regulators are seeking more information from a Massachusetts company that plans to expand its Hudson River facilities routing rail shipments of crude oil from North Dakota and western Canada to coastal refineries.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has scheduled a public hearing on plans to restore two Adirondack fire towers designated as historic sites.
State fishery managers want anglers who fish on the Genesee River in Allegany and Wyoming counties to keep diaries.