Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Springfield Nature Center event has good information for homeowners.
Springfield Conservation Nature Center clinic has tips for youths and adults.
Register youth ages 6-15 for JAKES program at Locust Creek Conservation Area.
Youth participants may be selected for a mentored hunt in April.
Lindsey was selected for the 2017 Regional Bowhunter Education Instructor of the Year award.
Poor turkey production in recent years has affected turkey numbers.
Plant native trees and practice proper tree care.
Mike Hubbard will fill the role of deputy director-resource management starting June 1.
Agent Tallent was selected for the 2017 Regional Conservation Agent Hunter Education Instructor of the Year award this February.
Martinez's new job caps 20-year climb that began as Springfield Nature Center volunteer.
Christine Hibler of Wildwood was selected for the 2017 Regional MDC Staff Hunter Education Instructor of the Year award.
Reconnect with nature through native flowers, barn owl boxes, geocaching and archery.
MDC congratulates Maverick Yoakum on breaking the state record by catching a 10-pound, 3-ounce river redhorse on Tavern Creek near St. Elizabeth.
The public may see several small fires on conservation areas, but be assured they are planned and supervised.
Free March 24 program has good tips for youths and adults new to turkey hunting.
This is an excellent opportunity for those new to birdwatching to get off to a great start with help of MDC naturalists.
MDC is working with landowners at this free workshop to help them get the most out of ponds on their property.
Bid on and buy used MDC equipment, vehicles, and other offerings online 24/7 at Govdeals.com.
Girls ages 11-15 should apply now for this chance to learn outdoor skills and hunter education in a fun, immersive environment.
Don’t feed bears. Avoid encounters. React right. Report sightings.
Free March 17 clinic will cover fundamentals of archery.
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