Search

Content tagged with "75th anniversary"

75th Anniversary photo contest winner: Birds category

Birds

Short-eared Owl, Clinton County, Mo.

Read more

Celebrate 75 years of conservation with MDC and DU at Duck Creek

This content is archived
Discover nature and have free family fun on Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Read more

75 years

Celebrate milestone years with MDC at Missouri State Fair

This content is archived

Read more

Conservation history video goes on sale in time for Father’s Day

This content is archived
The release comes just in time for Father’s Day.

Read more

Downstream (1969)

Produced by Missouri Deptartment of Conservation (1969).

Read more

Governor Proclamation to MDC on 75th Anniversary

Governor Nixon recognizes MDC 75th Anniversary

This content is archived
Governor presented anniversary proclamation to Conservation Commission at October meeting.

Read more

Governor Proclamation to MDC on 75th Anniversary

Governor Proclamation to MDC on 75th Anniversary

Governor Jay Nixon honored the Missouri Conservation Commission and Missouri Department of Conservation at the Commission’s Oct. 18 meeting in Springfield with a proclamation recognizing MDC’s 75 years of serving nature and Missourians. The Commission presented the Governor with a commemorative fishing pole in honor of MDC’s 75th anniversary. (L-R) MDC Director Robert Ziehmer, Commissioners James T. Blair, IV, and Becky Plattner, Governor Nixon, and Commissioners Don Bedell and Don Johnson.

Read more

75th Anniversary photo contest winner: Habitats and Landscapes category

Habitats and Landscapes

Centaur Chute, Missouri River

Read more

Headwaters (1966)

The upper reaches of streams are a wonderful part of this world. But they are delicate and vulnerable environments, often assaulted unknowingly by human use of the land. The film introduces the “citizens” of this unique world, featuring the smallmouth bass, and shows how these creatures live and die in a small community.Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1966).

Read more