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75th Anniversary

Join us as we celebrate our 75th anniversary. Throughout 2012, this page will feature stories about our citizen-led efforts to conserve Missouri's fish, forests and wildlife, as well as special events at conservation facilities near you.

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A License to Fish

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First they fished for food and for the market, then people discovered the joy of sport fishing.

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A Natural Area Anniversary

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A system to protect our most precious natural features.

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A Quack in Time

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Meticulously crafted duck calls now lure collectors, history buffs.

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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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An Ozark Fire History

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 Fire scars on trees reveal the history of human use of fire in the Ozarks.

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Ancient Wood Uncovered

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The log your canoe bumps in a stream may be much older than you might imagine 8 forests in a looking glass.

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Aunt Margaret

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Passenger pigeons disappeared when Ozarks pioneer Aunt Margaret was middle aged.

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Back from the Ashes

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Missouri’s forests spring back following a century of exploitation.

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Beavers and Boomtown: Remembering the St. Louis Fur Trade

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The City of St. Louis thrived 200 years ago as the center of the western fur trade.

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