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North Dakota Game and Fish Department Director Terry Steinwand (left) presents a certificate of appreciation to Eric Rogne, West Fargo. Rogne, an avid outdoors enthusiast, was one of the driving forces behind the introduction of a habitat stamp for hunting licenses more than 30 years ago. Today, monies generated from that stamp have created and opened lands to public hunting across North Dakota.

Opening doors to the outdoors: Rogne honored for part in implementing habitat stamp

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Some people claim to be pretty passionate for the outdoors.

Maybe they live for walleye fishing on Devils Lake, or can't seem to get enough mule deer hunting in the Badlands. They may even take their passion as far as to join a dedicated organization or club, such as Delta Waterfowl or Pheasants Forever.

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Other than that, their passion takes them only so far. But true, die-hard outdoor enthusiasts learn to reciprocate - they give back to the lifestyle they hold so dear.

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