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Cottonwood Log Canoe

Cottonwood Log Canoe

Chainsaw artist T.J. Jenkins is carving a dugout canoe from a cottonwood log at MDC's Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City. The canoe will be a teaching tool and place for children to play. Discovery Center uses the Lewis and Clark Expedition's Corps of Discovery as a historical background to connect people with nature.

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aquatic plants in cul-de-sac wetland

Cul-de-sac Wetland

Aquatic plants like thalia, duck potato, and mud plantain occur in locations that are flooded longer through the growing season. These areas are valuable habitats that provide cover, bugs and snails to early fall migrating waterfowl. These areas are also used by wood duck broods, herps and native fish. The Cul-de-sac Unit at Otter Slough is a good example of where we’ve planted and managed water levels to promote this diverse wetland community.

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CWD Core Area Map

CWD Core Area Map

The olive-color box on this map shows the core area around where CWD has been found, and where MDC will be working with local landowners to reduce deer numbers. The core area is comprised of a 30-square-mile block along the northern part of the Linn- and Macon-county border and comprises about 2% of the counties’ total area.

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CWD Management Area

CWD Management Area

GRAY AREAS: The northeastern Missouri counties of Adair, Chariton, Linn, Macon, Randolph, and Sullivan highlighted in gray show MDC's original management area in and around where chronic wasting disease (CWD) was first discovered.BROWN AREAS: In addition, the northeastern counties of Knox, Scotland, Schuyler, Shelby, and Putnam, and the central Missouri counties of Boone, Callaway, Cole, Cooper, Miller, Moniteau, Morgan, and Osage highlighted in brown show the expanded current CWD management area in and around where CWD has been discovered.

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