Content tagged with "history"

Fascinating Rivers

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Artist Thomas Hart Benton found peace and inspiration on Ozark rivers. More

First 50 Years

This out-of-print book details the history of MDC from 1937 to 1987. More

Growing Up On Forest 44

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Unearthing a family connection to this popular conservation area. More


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Election day, November 2, 1976, culminated years of planning and campaigning for the conservation community. More

Icthyology's Golden Age

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Early biologists marveled at and named the fish they found in Missouri. More

In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark

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Conservation areas preserve the natural wonders marveled at by the Corps of Discovery. More


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Twenty-five years ago, Missourians voted to fund conservation programs through a 1/8 of one cent sales tax. The passage of the conservation sales tax amendment proved to be one of the most important events in the history of conservation in Missouri. More

Learning from the Land

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Shaw Arboretum celebrates 75 years of connecting people with nature. More

Lewis and Clark in Missouri

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Passage through Missouri prepared crew for its epic journey. More

Making Missouri Green

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The George O. White State Forest Nursery celebrates 50 years of tree production. More