DNR has a STOP plan for adventurers
Three lost Minnesota bear hunters, recently forced to spend the night in the woods, provide a reminder that anyone enjoying the outdoors should know the basic rules of wilderness survival, said Capt. Mike Hammer, a Department of Natural Resources Enforcement Education Program coordinator.
Panic is the biggest enemy if someone gets lost in the wood. Hammer said the acronym STOP should be used to prevent tragic events in the outdoors.
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