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Planet Ozarks

You don't have to wait for the television series. You can check out some of the most beautiful and wildest places right here in the Ozarks.

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Public invited to celebrate MDC 75th anniversary at Ozark Regional Office

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Enjoy hot dogs, soft drinks and door-prize drawings in West Plains on Oct. 12.

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Record Heritage Day Attendance at Twin Pines

Fair weather results in record attendance at this year's Heritage Day at Twin Pines CEC where visitors viewed Ozarks history and conservation in action.

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Woman holding a river cane dream catcher

Seriously Fun Nature Programs

Take home handmade treasures and lifelong conservation lessons from Twin Pines' Discover Nature programs.

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Shedding Some Light On Snakes

"Just leave them to their rat killin'," as my grandmother used to say. Here are a few answers to some common snake questions we hear at Twin Pines.

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Shooting for a Safe Graduation

Looking to shoot your bow before bow season? Check out the archery tournament at Little Black Conservation Area to benefit Doniphan High seniors!

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Skyler and Jeff Bockman with their Catch from the Current River

Skyler and Jeff Bockman After a Day on the Current Walleye Fishing

Skyler and Jeff Bockman after a day on the Current walleye fishing

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Skyler and Jeff Bockman with their Catch from the Current River

Skyler and Jeff Bockman After a Day on the Current Walleye Fishing

Skyler and Jeff Bockman after a day on the Current walleye fishing

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Agents Emery and Baldridge help area youth understand their job as an agent

So What's It Like To Be An Agent?

Ever wonder what a day in the life of a conservation agent would be like? Families who attended the Conservation Crimefighters workshop got a glimpse of what it is like helping folks make better choices.

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hellbender, a large brown salamander resting in gravelly streambed

Species Symphony

The music of the Ozarks ecosystem just wouldn’t be the same without the diversity of plants and animals found here, including some pretty weird-looking salamanders.

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