The Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Alliance (MOHA)
is the largest coalition of hunting, fishing, trapping and conservation organizations in the state. Find out more about us
and our accomplishments
Welcome to the newest MOHA member: Women Hunting & Fishing in all Seasons
"A group of Minnesota women and girls who love to be outdoors. We thoroughly enjoy fishing and hunting and want to bring those time-honored sports to other like-minded individuals and families. Our mission is to increase hunting and fishing participation by Minnesota women of all ages and backgrounds through education, inspiration and empowerment."
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Minnesota Invasive Species
Today we face numerous threats to the welfare of Minnesota’s ecosystems. We, sportsmen and women, must take this threat very seriously and learn how we can help stop the spread of these invasive species. Below you will find links to the MN DNR website providing great information on how to help stop infesting our lakes, rivers, and lands. Thank you for your interest and we hope you will join the Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Alliance spread the word with how we all can help!
Aquatic Invasive Species:
If you are a water recreationist—boater, angler, water-skier, sailor, or canoeist—there are some important things you can do to prevent the transport of invasive species from one lake or river to another. In Minnesota it is illegal to transport prohibited invasive species.
Species that have been introduced, or moved, by human activities to a location where they do not naturally occur are termed "exotic," "nonnative," "alien," and "nonindigenous." Nonnative species are not necessarily harmful; in fact the majority has beneficial purposes. When nonnative species cause ecological or economic problems, they are termed "invasive" or "harmful exotic species." Minnesota's natural resources are threatened by invasive species such as the zebra mussel, Eurasian watermilfoil, purple loosestrife, gypsy moth, and garlic mustard. These species, along with new invasive species, could be easily spread within the state if citizens, businesses, and visitors don't take necessary steps to contain them.
Please also visit the US Forest Service’s website to find additional information:
Become a MOHA Member!
Minnesota hunting, fishing and conservation clubs and organizations are eligible
for membership in the Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Alliance. Find out more about membership