Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Learn about methods and techniques for safely implementing controlled burns. The workshop is free, but you must register by Feb. 19.
A draft management plan for the area is available for public review from Feb. 1 to Feb. 28.
Learn about methods and techniques for safely implementing controlled burns.
Seminar scheduled for Feb. 17 at MDC Southwest Regional Office.
New cases bring statewide total of deer testing positive for Chronic Wasting Disease to 24. Testing by Conservation Department continues.
The FREE classes will teach you the basics of reloading safety and techniques.
Learn basics of firearms, archery, and hunting during weekend at Windermere March 13–15.
Homeowners can discover the advantages of native landscaping during this day-long workshop.
For girls ages 11 to 15
Conservation Department anticipates matching USDA grant monies over next five years to help Missouri landowners improve key wildlife habitat on grasslands, glades and woodlands.
REVISION: Revised archery harvest numbers lower by 3,799 than initially reported. Revised harvest total is 256,753.
The Feb. 12 workshop is free, but participants are asked to register in advance.
Master Naturalists support conservation in their communities. Training being offered in Camdenton and Colombia.
Learn about methods and techniques for implementing controlled burns, safety considerations, and proper weather conditions for conducting a burn.
Property managers invited to learn grassland and woodland benefits.
The free class will teach the basics of handgun safety, shooting techniques, and equipment.
Prescribed burns can improve grassland wildlife habitat.
Online applications open Jan. 9 and run through Feb. 28.
MDC biologist explains how our cold-blooded turtles survive the winter months.
The shooting range at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area has closed to make way for construction of a new shooting facility.
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