Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Arbor Award salutes Martha Clark for tree expertise and programs.
Scientists ask boaters to be careful not to harm the delicate buoy as they pass under the bridge.
MDC hatchery and construction staff team up to pull off an innovative repair on rearing pool dam.
Applications for this free summer camp must be received by April 22.
Attendees at Joplin event will receive free native trees and shrubs to take home.
Bee keeping and Sassafras paddle making are just two of many demonstrations offered.
Volunteers sought to clean up Cape Girardeau’s riverfront and Cape LaCroix Creek.
Honors recognize contributions in Kansas City metro area
Free event celebrates 1800s fur trade era skills featured in The Revenant
Register by April 8 to take free course and be ready to hunt this spring.
Springfield Public Schools, Marshfield Tree City USA board win state arbor awards.
MDC congratulates Brent Newton on breaking the state record by catching a 2-pound goldeye on the Osage River.
Participants can immerse themselves in the art of journaling during this overnight program.
MDC congratulates Travis Cardona on breaking state-record by shooting 74-pound black buffalo with bow and arrow at Duck Creek Conservation Area.
Free clinic aims to educate first-time turkey hunters, ages 11-15.
Congratulations to all the student archers who made it to nationals!
Annual cost-share grants can help communities fund tree care on public land.
MDC predicts winter trout losses will have little impact on angling prospects in 2016.
Conservation Department urges the public to “Report, don’t shoot!” feral hogs.
2016 marks the first time blind drawings will be held electronically instead of in-person.
Join the April 6 webcast to learn about the dangers of and damage from feral hogs.
Conservation Department encourages planting of native trees and offers tips and other info.
Free series of clinics will introduce families to the fun of fishing.
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