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Register to attend a free series of training programs for women on beginner shooting basics.
Kids ages 10-years and older will learn outdoor skills this summer during a series of day camps.
MDC congratulates all MoNASP student archers honored this year academically and from NASP.
Grant funds to help create new archery range at Memphis Reservoir, set to open by September.
Register for a FREE workshop for educators to help kids discover nature.
Variety of opportunities exist at new Dallas County public use area.
Register to attend a FREE clinic and gear up for a summer on the water.
Event is a good chance for youngsters and newcomers to learn how to fish
MDC congratulates all MoNASP student archers who took part in the eastern national tournament.
Comment by May 31 on the Mid-America Monarch Conservation Strategy at https://bit.ly/2IC6weV.
MDC services, programs still available as facility transitions into new phase of ownership
Buy permits from vendors, online, or through MDC MO Hunting and MO Fishing apps.
During Free Fishing Days, anyone may fish in Missouri without having to buy a permit.
Experts will help participants try target shooting with archery, sling shot, .22 rifle, and shotgun
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing, and discover nature.
Kids' Fishing Day will also feature education stations and free lunch.
MDC congratulates Michael Williams on breaking the state record by shooting a 2-pound, 4-ounce yellow bullhead while bowfishing on Duck Creek in Bollinger County.
Master Naturalists volunteer for conservation events and nature programs
The closure will enable MDC crews to make enhancements to the range.
Waterfowl hunters have until June 17 to enter the drawing for blind sites to be held June 19.
Top harvest counties were Franklin, Texas, and Laclede.
Public can comment in May on plan for key wetland, fishing, and upland area
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