Content tagged with "wetlands"

Unit A Prior to Waterfowl Opener

2013 Virtual Tour of the Duck Creek Renovation

Would you like to take a virtual tour of Duck Creek? Follow the link and see for yourself.

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red swamp crayfish

College Towns, Waterfowl, And The Rest Of The Residents

It is that time of year when summer comes to a close and school starts back up again. If you have ever lived in a college town, you know the community goes under a bit of a transition.

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kids and creeks

Discover nature in wetlands at MDC annual family fun day

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Discover nature with Wetlands for Kids Day

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Discover the wonders of wetlands at Busch Memorial Conservation Area on Saturday, April 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Family Outings

Making May Memories

This spring is definitely one to be remembered...

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MDC and DU Anniversary Greenwing Members

MDC and DU celebrate 75 years of boosting wetlands and wildlife

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Attendees of 75-year anniversary celebration at Montrose Conservation Area also dedicated major renovation for water-control structures that will keep wetlands healthy.

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Wetlands for Kids Day

MDC and DU hold Wetlands for Kids Day on April 4

Kids of all ages and their families can learn about these unique places during a day of fun and engaging activities.

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B.K. Leach Conservation Area

MDC and DU team up to celebrate 75 years with Wetlands Fun Day

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Discover nature at 75th Anniversary Celebration and Wetlands Fun Day on June 30 at B.K. Leach Conservation Area near Elsberry in Lincoln County.

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Transition From Wet to Dry

Nature’s Twist to Multi-cropping

Multi-cropping is a common agricultural practice that is used to get more production out of one of piece of land. In Missouri, you often see this when wheat is planted in the winter and soybeans follow in the summer. At first glance, natural habitats like wetlands may seem to be quite different. However, if you look closer, multiple “crops” occur here as well.

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