MDC News from 06/2010

Four-point rule lets bucks make the most of June growth spurt

Jun 30, 2010

Trail camera documents astonishing antler growth rate.

Study shows forestry best management practices prevent erosion

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Statewide
Jun 29, 2010

The Conservation Department got a surprising answer when it asked University of Missouri researchers to learn how much erosion its timber harvests were causing on conservation areas in the Ozarks.

MDC Taking Applications for Agent Trainees

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Statewide
Jun 28, 2010

Some consider it the best job in the world. It’s also one of the most demanding. If you think you have what it takes to be a conservation agent, now is the time to try. Application process opens June 28.

Missourians asked to celebrate freedom from invasive species July 4

Jun 24, 2010

Exotic plants and animals threaten America’s way of outdoor life.

Managed deer hunt applications open July 1, close Aug. 15

News from the region

Statewide
Jun 22, 2010

Hunters can apply for nearly 100 archery, muzzleloader and modern firearms hunts, including events for youths and hunters with disabilities.

Taking a different angle on frogging pays fry-pan dividends

News from the region

Statewide
Jun 18, 2010

"You get a line, and I'll get a pole, We’ll go down to the froggin’ hole."

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Missourians can help protect our state from devastating invaders

Jun 16, 2010

The potential effects of invasive plants, animals and diseases on the state’s economy and outdoor resources are incalculable.

Oak galls won't cause much permanent damage

Jun 04, 2010

A little TLC is all that most affected oaks need to recover.

Leaves affected by jumping oak gall.

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