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Bob Mallery of Wright City was recently named statewide bow hunter education Instructor of the year for 2015.
Long-time Johnson County agent Zielke transfers to Greene County Aug. 1.
Educational backpacks contain everything needed for self-guided discovery of the area’s many natural habitats.
Four Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered on Tuesday evenings in August, September.
More than 100 tree bundles to be sunk at select locations on reservoirs.
Largest known tree of its kind in Missouri, now publicly recognized.
Third edition offers more information on 72 native species and includes original and new illustrations.
Youths age 11-15 have until July 31 to apply for a clinic and managed dove hunt.
Matching grants help rural fire departments buy gear and equipment to fight wildfires.
Discover nature and learn more about Missouri’s loudest insect.
This mysterious “undertaker” beetle plays a vital role in the ecosystems in which it lives.
Learn more about Missouri’s butterflies, wasps, and bees with MDC staff July 29
Kids age 11-15 will get introduced to an entertaining and unique summer pastime.
Congratulations to Austin Campbell on breaking the state record by catching a 2-pound, 1-ounce white crappie with a trotline on an irrigation pond in Cass County.
Four Mid-Continent Library branches in KC metro provide loaner fishing tackle.
Register today to attend free workshop Aug. 3 or 5 for teachers of grades K-5.
Kyle Lorenz has local knowledge, combined with conservation education and experience.
There’s more to activities like shed hunting than the find.
Water Education for Teachers workshop can help educators integrate importance of water into existing curriculum.
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