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Agent of Change

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After 50 years with the Missouri Department of Conservation, Carl Engelbrecht knows conservation—and a whole lot more.

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Agent's Training Class

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Rigorous training tests the mettle of future Conservation agents.

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Agents in Action

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They teach kids about fishing and hunting and catch Wildlife Code violators.

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Agents in Action

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Law enforcement is only a part of a Conservation Agent's job.

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Agents in Aircraft

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When conservation agents go aloft, poachers have no place to hide.

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An Agent's Calling

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Nature and nurture combine to create a conservation agent.

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Chris Boyd

Chris Boyd is the new Taney County Conservation Agent. He is familiar with southwest Missouri and with the Missouri Department of Conservation. He grew up in Bolivar where his father was the Polk County Conservation Agent for a number of years.

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Conservation Agent

Ray County Conservation Agent Tammy Pierson includes helping kids discover nature through free fishing programs among her job duties with the Missouri Department of Conservation. Conservation agents enforce the Wildlife Code of Missouri and also help the public through a variety of activities such as educational programs, nuisance wildlife problems, and land management issues. “No two days are ever the same,” Pierson says. “That’s one of the best things about being a conservation agent.”

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Read this downloadable brochure to find out what a conservation agent is, what duties they perform and the training necessary to become one.

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Conservation Agent helps rescue 13 from flooded homes

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Missouri conservation agents also assisted in Stoddard, Wayne and Ripley Counties and they continue to work alongside other agencies in rescue and evacuation efforts today.

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