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Users can continue to reach the Jay Henges Shooting Range via both directions of I-44.
Ash tree owners in Franklin County need to make decisions now as the ash-killing insect invades the area.
An island of nature in an urban ocean provides north-county students with one-of-a-kind outdoor learning experiences.
Unique program can help both children and parents discover the advantages of dirt.
A cost-share program administered by MDC improves access to conservation areas by assisting counties with road maintenance.
Those interested in having input on the 10-year management plan of any of these accesses are invited to share their ideas during August.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 10-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of August.
Two volunteers received framed wildlife art prints to commemorate outstanding service.
Virtual wildlife new to Missouri found at two St. Louis area MDC sites.
Dave Cantoni of O’Fallon was recently named 2015’s statewide Hunter Education Instructor of the Year.
Bob Mallery of Wright City was recently named statewide bow hunter education Instructor of the year for 2015.
Educational backpacks contain everything needed for self-guided discovery of the area’s many natural habitats.
Youths age 11-15 have until July 31 to apply for a clinic and managed dove hunt.
This mysterious “undertaker” beetle plays a vital role in the ecosystems in which it lives.
Kids age 11-15 will get introduced to an entertaining and unique summer pastime.
The online reallocation drawing will be held to allocate relinquished blind sites.
Participants will learn an up and coming sport that gives frog hunters some unique advantages.
The Missouri Outdoor Recreational Access Program is giving additional incentives for owners of land in the St. Louis area.
This free event will be an opportunity for newcomers to learn more and take the first steps toward a lifetime activity.
The nature center recently received an extensive AV upgrade to its auditorium promising a more immersive experience for audiences.
Jim and Peggy Ragland were recognized with the national honor May 25 at the International Hunter Education Association conference in Vermont.
This free workshop will help landowners create better habitat on their property to attract more deer.
A black bear has been reported and photographed the past few days near Robertsville and Lonedell.
This free program designed to teach the basics of fishing to youths and families now offers a north county location.
Anglers age nine to 66 caught 60 fish during a fishing event at Forest Park in partnership with the Recreation Council of Greater St. Louis.
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