Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Share the Harvest program improves quality of life for many families by making nutritious deer meat available through charitable donations.
Warm weather has subdued colors, but there are pockets of splendor to enjoy.
MDC is partnering with the Katy Land Trust to present a free workshop to benefit both landowners and this unique natural landscape.
Elk bugles and autumn colors combine for a spectacular Ozarks production.
Starting Nov. 1, trails will be open 6 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, building closed Sundays and Mondays.
MDC staff will stock 73,000 of the cold-water-loving fish in 32 urban-area lakes throughout the state.
Free hunt clinic in Holt County introduces youths to waterfowl hunting
Dec. 10-12 archery hunt among topics to be covered at Nov. 3 program
Participants will learn how to harness this effective land management tool at a free workshop this Saturday, which will include a demonstration burn.
MDC crews completed major repairs and enacted measures to reduce the chances of future damage.
Free November events to focus on tool selection and methods.
Perryville’s Legion Lake is added to MDC’s trout stocking program.
Register today to attend a free workshop in November.
Workshop will present best practices for healthy trees in landscapes
Free "Halloween Happening" program on Oct. 27 and Oct. 28 features guided night hikes.
Free birding class at Parma Woods helps hunters add new element to days afield
Call 573-751-4115 for questions about permits and hunter education.
MDC welcomes Brian Maddox as the new resource forester for Iron County.
Learn how Missouri’s owls see, hear, hunt, and eat with MDC staff on Friday.
Three new terrain-ready chairs make the outdoors accessible for all
Free clinic helps hunters process meat from field to freezer.
Sturgeon claims title for largest blue ash in Missouri.
TRIM grants offer cost-sharing funding for government agencies, public schools, and nonprofit groups to manage, improve or conserve trees on public lands.
Due to the reduction of public use in the winter months Twin Pines will close from Dec. 1 to March 31, and reopen with regular operating hours April 1.
Congratulations to the conservation agent class of 2016!
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