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NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools

NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools
The National Wild Turkey Federation awarded a grant to three Crawford County Schools to fund the Missouri Archery in the Schools Program. Pictured are newly MoNASP-certified staff from schools receiving the grant. From left to right: Barb Brendel of St. Anthony Elementary School in Sullivan; Jon Earnhart, Principal-Cuba High School; and Patricia Tavenner, Principal-Cuba Middle School. More

NWTF provides three Crawford County schools money for archery program

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NWTF MoNASP Grant Schools
Thanks to the generosity of the National Wild Turkey Federation, countless Sullivan and Cuba youths will find aim through the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP). More

Shooting for a Safe Graduation

Looking to shoot your bow before bow season? Check out the archery tournament at Little Black Conservation Area to benefit Doniphan High seniors! More
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Shooting Ranges and Outdoor Education Centers

Regardless of your experience or skill level, you can become a sharper, safer hunter or outdoors person at MDC's five shooting range and outdoor education centers. More

The Legendary Longbow

Girl shooting arrow
Sleek and simple, the longbow has been a go-to tool for hunting and protection against predators throughout history. More

Women Discover Nature and Outdoor Fun

Whether they were excited to hit a bullseye in archery or clay targets using shotguns, savoring the latest Dutch-oven cooking, finding their way with a compass or just laughing at dinner, the 80 or so women at the latest Discover Nature—Women workshop put on by the Missouri Department of Conservation had great fun learning new skills. More

Women's archery program offered near Neosho

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“Discover Nature – Women; Introduction to Archery” program from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Fort Crowder Conservation Area More

Yes, There is Something to Do!

Tori, McKenna and Margaret enjoy a fall day on the trails at Twin Pines CEC
What to do after the holiday feasts are done? Tired of the family lamenting there is nothing to do? Nothing could be farther from the truth! Why not get out, discover nature and explore our conservation heritage at Twin Pines Conservation Education Center. Maybe even work off that extra slice of pie…. More
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