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Busch Shooting Range

Busch Shooting Range

MDC staff and volunteers fire the ceremonial "last round" at the August A. Busch Shooting Range on Dec. 29. The range is now officially closed for renovation with Phase I slated to begin in January.

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Busch Shooting Range

Busch Shooting Range

Shooting enthusiasts will be able to glimpse details of the new August A. Busch Shooting Range, which will begin construction in January 2015, during an informational open house on Aug. 28 from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at the MDC St. Louis Regional Office.

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Busch Shooting Range

Busch Shooting Range closed for renovation, Phase I now under way

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The shooting range at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area has closed to make way for construction of a new shooting facility.

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Busch Shooting Range closing one week for site testing

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The shooting range will be closed from Sept. 2 through Sept. 8 to perform site testing in preparation for range renovations beginning in 2015.

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Busch Shooting Range Construction

Busch Shooting Range Construction

Site prep for the new Busch Shooting Range is underway, as seen in this recent Work Zone Cam photo.

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Busch Shooting Range temporarily closing for repairs

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The rifle and pistol range at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area will be closed from Monday, Aug. 23 through Thursday, Sept. 2 for repairs.

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Busch Shooting Range Construction

Busch Shooting Range Update: Phase I moving along, Phase II gets green light

Spring and summer rains slowed progress a bit on the new Busch Shooting Range, but construction is still moving forward.

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Bush Honeysuckle

It may look pretty, but there’s evil lurking beneath these roots.  Invasive bush honeysuckle is a problem for homeowners and native habitats alike. Late fall is the best time to attack it because it remains green after native vegetation has gone dormant.

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butterfly

Butterfly

Ellipsaria lineolata
The butterfly is one of the most beautiful of Missouri’s mussels.

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