UNDATED (KDAL) - The Minnesota DNR is proposing some changes to the endangered and threatened species lists in the state. The plan would remove 15 plants and 14 animals while adding 67 animals and 114 more plants to the list. Overall, the changes would affect 302 species. As part of the process of updating the lists, the DNR will hold five hearings around the state to allow for public comment. The hearing in Duluth is set for the EPA's Gitchee Gumee Conference Center at 6201 Congdon Boulevard on February 6th. More information on the state list of endangered and threatened species lists can be found online on the Minnesota DNR website.
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