July 2014

MDC offering bowhunter education course in Columbia

Bow Hunter
The two-day course is free, but registration is required by Aug. 17. More

Youth fishing event set for Roaring River

rainbow trout

MDC to hold youth dove hunt on Columbia Bottom Conservation Area

Young Dove Hunter
The dove hunt and pre-hunt clinic are free, but the deadline for registration is July 31. More

Discover nature with MDC at State Fair in Sedalia Aug. 7-17

Image of a channel catfish
Visit MDC Conservation Building and Kid’s Discovery Room More

Early teal season set, outlook bright

Blue-Winged Teal
Duck stamps available online in Missouri this year. More

MDC delivers Volunteer Fire Assistance Program matching grants

Of the 177 fire departments receiving checks, 31 of those fire departments are in Missouri's southeast region. More

MDC Discover Nature Girls Camp imparts new outdoor skills, fun outdoor memories

Discover Nature Girls Camp
Our goal with this camp is to get more young women involved in the outdoors and conservation. More

MDC, NWTF, QF offer mentored hunts for first-time dove hunters

dove hunt
Conservation makes Missouri a great place to hunt doves. Mentored dove hunts on private and public sunflower fields will include mandatory hunter-orientation workshops. More

Join MDC Runge Nature Center for a free summer concert

Musical Duo of Mike Fraser and Tenley Hansen
Relax while listening to music duo Michael Fraser and Tenley Hansen perform on July 31. More

MDC awards Troy woman first place in Trees Work slogan contest

Trees Work Poster Contest Winner Leslie Stephens
A Troy woman’s creativity helps design a new poster for statewide publicity campaign. More

MDC plans temporary closing of Perry CA shooting range

The shooting range at the Ralph and Martha Perry Memorial Conservation Area will be closed for maintenance work during the week of July 28. More

MDC offers dove banding opportunity at Reed Wildlife Area

Photo of mourning dove, adult female
Space is limited and participants must register in advance by calling 816-622-0900. More