Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
A draft plan is available for public review from June 1 to June 30.
A draft plan is available for public review June 1 - 30.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 10-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of June.
Wetland managers from MDC will lead tour of wetlands in Carrollton area
MDC welcomes Wright County school as 500th to join Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program.
The clinic is FREE and open to kids up to age 15 and their parent or adult mentor, but registration is required by June 26.
Open house slated June 9 for August A. Busch, Jr. Memorial Wetlands at Four Rivers
Congratulations to Lawrence Dillman on breaking state-record by catching 65-pound, 10-ounce striped bass at Bull Shoals Lake.
Public can comment during June on long-range management plans for the area.
Public can comment during June on long-term management plans of areas associated with these lakes.
Congratulations to John Overstreet on breaking state-record by shooting 54-pound bigmouth buffalo with bow and arrow at Pomme de Terre Lake.
Fish for free with MDC on Saturday, May 30.
The workshop is free and material covered is geared for grades K-2.
Public can comment during June on long term management plan
Congratulations to Max Wangler of Sacroxie on winning NASP/IBO 3-D Archery Challenge for the Elementary Division.
Archers now have a larger, full-featured MDC Archery Range Complex for their use in the St. Charles area.
Be alert when driving to avoid hitting these slow and steady travelers crossing roads.
Sign up at local NRCS offices by June 5.
MDC presents Andy Belobraydic with the Missouri State Record Paddlefish Fish Award after breaking a 13-year record.
The June 8 workshop is free, but registration is required by June 5.
Programs to offer hands-on canoeing experience for beginning paddlers.
Registration opens May 15 for MDC's Naturalist Training Camps at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center. Ages seven to 11 are invited to see if they could handle being a naturalist.
MDC invites women to spend two evenings to get a hands-on, outdoors’ skills lesson in basic firearm shooting. A classroom session will take place on Monday, June 22 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the MDC Hannibal office, 8965 Hwy 36, Suite 1 in Hannibal.
Young anglers will have opportunities to catch fish and learn about fishing at MDC's Family Fishing Fair June 6 at a specially stocked pool at MDC's Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery near Branson.
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