Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Jewell transfers from neighboring Dallas County, begins new duties Oct. 1.
The biennial event is scheduled to be held again in 2018.
Ryan Wood grew up enjoying Dallas County's outdoors.
Don’t feed bears or provide potential food sources.
Share the Harvest provides venison from hunters to help feed hungry Missourians.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 10-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during September.
Youths, ages 6-15, will learn hunting basics from experienced adults during this free, day-long event.
Event celebrated 88 Missouri communities in the program.
Register to attend this course and earn a hunter education certification card.
Register to attend a free training program in Kirksville Oct. 1.
Hunters born on or after Jan. 1, 1967 must provide proof of Hunter Education certification.
Deadly Chronic Wasting Disease in northern Arkansas has prompted MDC to continue increased surveillance efforts near state border.
Space is limited. Register by Oct. 11 to attend this free training.
Celebrate with free outdoor activities at Henry Sever Lake Conservation Area
Celebrate native grasslands with tours and exhibits at Wah'Kon-Tah Prairie
Learn about fishing, hunting and wildlife at James A. Reed Area in Lee's Summit.
Volunteers contributed over 4,000 hours of work in 2015, but the value is more than time and money.
Free lessons will be offered at a variety of locations in September.
New tree recognized as largest of its kind in Missouri, dethrones previous title holder.
Review plans online for Kendzora, Little Bean Marsh and Marshall areas
Public can comment in September on plans for Carroll County conservation area
Public can comment in September on plans for area near Sedalia
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