Nature Connections Newsletter

Nature Connections is the Missouri Department of Conservation’s newsletter for the Southwest Region, Springfield Conservation Nature Center, Andy Dalton Shooting Range, Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery and the Joplin Office at Wildcat Glades.

It is published on a bimonthly basis and contains information about free programs and special events offered to the general public.

To receive Nature Connections by email, please use the Stay In Touch box on the left-hand side of this page and subscribe to Southwest Region.

To receive Nature Connections by mail, please call 417-888-4237.

In This Section

Nature Connections March/April 2018 (pdf, 377 KB)

Featuring: Welcome Spring and a listing of Conservation-related events and activities in the Springfield, Missouri region.

Nature Connections January/February 2018 (pdf, 784 KB)

Featuring: Winter Bird Events and a listing of Conservation-related events and activities in the Southwest, Missouri region.

Nature Connections November/December 2017 (pdf, 365 KB)

Featuring: Fighting CWD on the Frontlines in SW Missouri and a listing of Conservation-related events and activities in the Southwest, Missouri region

Nature Connections, September/October 2017 (pdf, 337 KB)

Featuring: Missouri Department of Conservation 80th Anniversary Open House and a listing of events and activities in the southwest Missouri region.

Nature Connections, July/August 2017 (pdf, 262 KB)

Featuring: Insect-O-Rama and listing of Conservation-related events and activities in the Southwest Missouri region.

Nature Connections, May/June 2017 (pdf, 243 KB)

Featuring: Free Fishing Days and a listing of conservation-related events and activities in the Southwest Missouri region.

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