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Discover nature with elk driving tours at MDC’s Peck Ranch in Ozarks

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Bull elk bugling at Peck Ranch Conservation Area
See elk and other wildlife, hear bugling, see fall foliage, visit Twin Pines and local communities. More

Explore Our Past and Conservation Heritage at Twin Pines

Mike Holmes demonstrates woodworking at Haeritage Day
Twin Pines' Heritage Day celebrates the lifestyle and the conservation committment of the early Ozarks. More

Extreme Fun for Future of the Sport

Area Extreme JAKES Event Hosted by NWTF at Rover Gun Club
More than a dozen members of the National Wild Turkey Federation and Missouri Department of Conservation staff hosted the annual Extreme JAKES event in Rover Missouri, helping ensure our hunting heritage, keeping Missouri a great place to hunt and fish. More

FFA Means Future Foresters Too

MDC foresters do their part to help the next generation of foresters get ready for competition and future careers at Twin Pines FFA field day. More

Fishing, Family and Food – What a Great Way to Spend a Saturday

More than 70 anglers participated in the rain delayed event at Twin Pines and were rewarded with a great day. More

High-tech Tool Helps Kids Get the Lowdown on Nature

Child in woods aiming digital camera
In this fast paced world of 3-D and 4G kids, a group of Cub Scouts learn to use digital technology to slow down and listen to the story nature has to tell. More

Hours Changing At Twin Pines Conservation Education Center

Twin Pines Conservation Education Center, Winona
A change in the hours will offer more opportunities for school field trips and lots to do with the family on Saturdays. More

It’s Not Paper or Plastic, It’s Oak or Hickory

Barb Ostmann begins weaving her basket at a DNW workshop at Twin Pines
Long before the supermarket began offering a choice of paper or plastic, early Ozarkers had the choice of oak or hickory baskets to carry their goods and treasures. Today baskets can be made of exotic plants, meaning habitat improvement is woven into an Ozarks tradition. More
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JT Barkley with his first buck and first bragging rights

JT Barkley with his first buck
Photographs on the bragging at Twin Pines Conservation Eudcation Center wall will hopefully replace some of the feeling of the check stations for area youth such as JT Barkley here with his first buck. More