July 2012

Summer heat, low water increasing fish kills

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Scorching heat and drought are making survival difficult for fish in shallow ponds and lakes all around the state. More

Discover the facts about Nature Deficit Disorder at Cape’s Nature Center

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center
Nature Deficit Disorder causes hyperactivity, trouble concentrating and many other problems. Time spent outdoors decreases stress in children and adults. More

Turn trash to treasure at Cape Girardeau Nature Center

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center
Visitors can view unique works of art made from items such as drift wood and limbs at Aug. 9 event. More

Explore Apple Creek with MDC during ‘Conservation Destination’

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Conservation Destination events help give people ideas of where they can go to discover nature, whether in a group or on their own. More

Biologists say mussel population is healthy despite heat wave

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Mussel Survey in Southeast Missouri
Mussels are indicators of water quality so they are doing well, it's a good indicator for water quality as well. More

Water shade trees to avoid drought stress

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Discover nature at Runge Nature Center with exhibit by Missouri artist Pen Brady

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Pen Brady Butterfly Art

Fish kills could be a continuing summer theme

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July 13 dedication of new MDC central regional office to honor E. Sydney Stephens

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E. Sydney Stephens Central Regional Office and Conservation Research Center