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Photo of combleaf yellow false foxglove showing flowers and leaves.

Combleaf Yellow False Foxglove

Aureolaria pectinata (formerly Gerardia pedicularia)
There are 3 species of Aureolaria in Missouri. Only combleaf yellow false foxglove is annual, has fernlike, delicately dissected leaves, and glandular hairs. It occurs in the Ozarks.

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Common Alder

Alnus serrulata
Alder is a good plant to know—its flowers and fruits are eaten by wildlife, its thick roots prevent erosion while enriching the soil, its bark has a long history of medical uses and the dried female catkins, which look like tiny pinecones, are useful in craft projects and in jewelry!

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Confluence Trash Bash set for March 23

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Join in this 5th annual river clean-up.

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Youth at Frogging Clinic

Conservation agents help kids discover finer points of frogging during free clinic

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Conservation Connections Newsletter

Download and/or subscribe to this monthly newsletter for Busch Conservation Area, Busch and Henges shooting ranges, Columbia Bottom Conservation Area, Forest Park, Powder Valley Nature Center, and Rockwoods Reservation.

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Conservation Department offers pond workshop in Warren County

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Topics covered will include site selection, construction, fish stocking and management, aquatic vegetation management, watershed management and nuisance wildlife control.

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Conservation Department provides funds to help Silex firefighters

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