Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
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Hunter input will inform decisions on duck season dates and zone boundary locations.
Register to learn how to identify and tap sugar maples on your property to make your own maple syrup.
Discover nature this winter, and witness some of the best eagle watching in the country.
Missouri Master Naturalist volunteers support conservation efforts and natural resource education in their local communities.
Register by March 1 to learn how to build and maintain a better pond on your property.
MDC is investigating the death of a bull elk that appears to have been shot and had its skull plate and antlers removed.
Family-friendly event in Jefferson City will include games, crafts, nature walks, stories, music, and more.
Private landowner partners make nearly 1,400 acres available for public use
Registration required by January 15.
MDC needs help from hunters and landowners in central Missouri, lifts antler-point restriction and increases antlerless harvest in key counties.
Management strategy improves forest health, wildlife habitat
The Nov. 7 program is FREE, but registration is required by Oct. 20.
Register for the class by calling 573-526-5544.
Open to teachers who would like to start an archery program in their school.
Discover nature by learning the basics of fishing for free Oct. 23-24 and Oct. 30-31.
Area plan will be available for public comment Oct. 1-31.
Sign up and learn how to field dress, process, and package deer meat for the freezer.
Dead fish at Diana Bend Conservation Area are due to lack of oxygen in water
Learn how to help slow the spread of CWD Oct. 20 in California and Oct. 22 in Jefferson City.
The session is free, but registration is required by Oct. 9.
Registration is required by Sept. 21.
MDC and A.L. Gustin Golf Course staff work together to make land more natural.
Space is limited and reservations are required by Aug. 25.
The hunt is free, but registration is required by Aug. 26 and is limited to the first 25 participants.
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