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Seven mid-Missouri libraries now have fishing equipment available for public use.
The public comment period is July 1-31.
A draft plan is available for public review July 1 to July 31.
A draft plan is available for review July 1 to July 31.
A draft plan is available for public review from July 1 to July 31.
MDC partnership with Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City connects kids with nature.
Master Naturalists serve conservation and nature
Volunteers sought in Clinton area to teach fishing skills and maintain equipment
The clinic is free, but participants are required to register by July 22.
Free event at Dunn Ranch and Pawnee Prairie showcases prairie ecology and history
Moving firewood can spread devastating tree pests.
MDC anticipates water overtopping the levee near the area because of forecasted high river levels.
Campers catch fish, paddle canoes and learn other outdoor skills at Discover Nature Girls Camp.
Projected flooding of the nearby Meramec River forces cancellation of the event.
The recently-hatched lake sturgeon fry that verified the success of a 30-year recovery effort set out for a new life in the open river.
Wildlife biologists remind the public that ‘a fed bear is a dead bear.’
MDC encourages families to celebrate summer by taking part in frogging season.
Learn to use prescribed fire as a land management tool on Aug. 11 at Mineral Area College in Park Hills.
Lifting antler-point restriction and increasing availability of antlerless permits in key central and northeast counties aim to slow the spread of deadly deer disease.
Platte River flooding damages ramp and causes closure.
MDC outdoors skills specialist recently recognized for outstanding service to Missouri’s Hunter Education Program.
Two free classes in July to focus on different levels of instruction.
Falcon chicks still viewable online but will fledge soon.
Online application period runs July 1-31. Be sure to have your hunter-education certification!
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