Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
The two-day course is free, but registration is required by Aug. 17.
The dove hunt and pre-hunt clinic are free, but the deadline for registration is July 31.
Of the 177 fire departments receiving checks, 31 of those fire departments are in Missouri's southeast region.
Duck stamps available online in Missouri this year.
Visit MDC Conservation Building and Kid’s Discovery Room
Our goal with this camp is to get more young women involved in the outdoors and conservation.
Relax while listening to music duo Michael Fraser and Tenley Hansen perform on July 31.
A Troy woman’s creativity helps design a new poster for statewide publicity campaign.
Conservation makes Missouri a great place to hunt doves. Mentored dove hunts on private and public sunflower fields will include mandatory hunter-orientation workshops.
The shooting range at the Ralph and Martha Perry Memorial Conservation Area will be closed for maintenance work during the week of July 28.
Space is limited and participants must register in advance by calling 816-622-0900.
Attend the Aug.14 program to learn ways to minimize problems.
Visitors will discover the creepy, crawly side of nature at special bug-themed event Aug. 8.
Bears are better off living on what nature provides.
Learn the basics of rifle and shotgun shooting.
Go online to mdc.mo.gov/DeerHealth to share opinions on proposed MDC regulations for the captive-cervid industry that protect Missouri deer from diseases.
Preregistration for August workshops is required by July 31.
Careful pruning and tender loving care may save some trees.
MDC is accepting applications from July 21 through Aug. 18 for its next agent trainee class.
Prevention is key to avoiding conflicts with coyotes.
MDC is recruiting volunteer instructors to teach anglers of all ages how to fish.
Improve your shotgunning skills, deepen your commitment to conservation, and reduce hunting expenses.
Three St. Louis area hunter education instructors earn the state's top recognition.
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