Content tagged with "Burr Oak Woods Conservation Nature Center"

Burr Oak Woods Nature Walk

Burr Oak Woods Nature Walk
Rilee Harris, 4, of Blue Springs, and her father, Brandon Harris, explore Burr Oak Woods Nature Center’s Discover Nature outdoor classroom, which doubles as a play area in the woods. More

Burr Oak Woods offers "naturescaping" workshop and native plant sale

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Butterfly Milkweed
A workshop on landscaping with native plants will be offered 8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on March 17 at the Missouri Department of Conservation's (MDC) Burr Oak Woods Nature Center in Blue Springs. A native plant sale will follow the workshop. More

MDC Burr Oak Woods Nature Center marks 30-year milestone

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Burr Oak Woods Indoor Play Area
Discover nature and have free family fun at anniversay events Oct. 5 and 6 More

MDC nature film fest honors genius of Rachel Carson and Aldo Leopold

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Rachel Carson
Burr Oak Woods Nature Center will celebrate their legacy with free nature film day Dec. 29, including award-winning movies Green Fire and Sense of Wonder. More

Mushroom expert to speak at Burr Oak Woods

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Photo of common morels growing on forest floor
Move over morels. Many different edible wild mushroom species grow in the woodlands, and author Maxine Stone can help you tell the difference between tasty versus deadly. More

Nature & You Newsletter

Kansas City area newsletter for Burr Oak Woods Nature Center, Discovery Center, and Lake City and Parma Woods Shooting Ranges More

Nature and You, July-August 2014

Featuring:Native Gardens to Discover and a listing of Conservation related events and activities in the Kansas City area. More

Pembroke Hill team wins international Canon Envirothon

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2012 Envirothon Winning Team from Pembroke Hill high school
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Prairie Day from Ice Age onward at Burr Oak Woods

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Prairie Sunrise
“Prairie Day” will showcase the natural forces that created the tallgrass prairie and woodland ecosystem, and how this natural resource has changed as it helped sustain people through the centuries. More

Rachel Carson

Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson More