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2016 was a year of change for the Missouri Department of Conservation with the addition of a new director, additional lands open for public use, renovations to facilities, state fishing records, and more.
Recent discovery is first evidence of tree pest in southwest Missouri.
Deer meat donated by St. Louis area hunters makes a real difference in the lives of local families.
January workshops in Barton and Newton counties for people who want to use fire to improve their land.
Free event will include live raptor show and nature exhibits
Free programs provide cabin fever relief
St. Louis area residents can put their used natural Christmas trees to good use after the holidays.
Rehabilitated raptor gets a second chance at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area.
Move will improve fishing opportunities at the Jackson County park lake
MDC Parma Woods and Lake City ranges in KC area closed Saturday for weather
Participants will gain certification to teach the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program in their schools.
Results from more than 12,000 samples include two positive cases of chronic wasting disease in Jefferson and Franklin counties.
Native plants in gardens and pollinator plantings can produce icy blooms in winter.
The regulation changes become effective on March 30, 2017.
For more information on deer and turkey hunting, visit mdc.mo.gov.
Register to attend this FREE workshop on fire as an important land-management tool.
Winter drawdown aims to reduce nuisance plants and spur largemouth bass growth in spring.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing workshop and learn on-the-ice fishing techniques.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing clinic and learn how to use specialized equipment.
MDC has named Sarah Ettinger-Dietzel as a conservation agent for Iron County.
MDC will host Introduction to Fish Gigging in Oregon County, Saturday, Jan. 14, from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing workshop and learn how to use specialized equipment.
Participating landowners get annual incentive payments and habitat improvement help.
Knowing who hibernates, who doesn’t, and how to help can make all the difference for wildlife.
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