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Before Lewis & Clark

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The Missouri and Mississippi rivers were the avenues of exploration in Missouri.

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Clean Water

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"Clean Water" for the April 2007 Missouri Conservationist.

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Fishing Missouri's Big Rivers

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Good fishing information on the Missouri and Mississippi rivers.

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Missouri Department of Conservation naturalists, biologists, and experienced riv

Floating the Mississippi

Missouri Department of Conservation naturalists, biologists, and experienced river guide, Dave Hardesty, led a group of 63 people in the “Floatin’ on the River” event this weekend.

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Floating the Mississippi River

Sixty-three floaters took to the waters of the Mississippi River Saturday morning in kayaks and canoes for a 14-mile trip downstream.

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Missouri Department of Conservation naturalists, biologists, and experienced riv

MDC leads 63 floaters on ‘mild’ Mississippi

Sun, sand and floatable water is much closer than some may think.

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MDC: Explore the Mighty Mississippi River with the Cape Nature Center

Three upcoming events offer opportunities to learn, play and explore at every comfort level.

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Mississippi River

The Mississippi River as viewed from Cape Rock in Cape Girardeau. (Photo by Candice Davis)

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Monitoring the Mississippi

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"...for who can make straight which he hath made crooked?" Mark Twain (1875).

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Muck Suckers of the River Bottom Rise Again?

Life can be tough for a fish that may live 100 years, isn’t sexually mature until it’s 20 years old or more and feeds by sucking in worms, leeches, crayfish and fish at the bottom of rivers or lakes.

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