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This class on Sept. 29 and Oct. 8 will teach you the basics of reloading safety and techniques.
Workshop topics include deer biology, habitat management and cost-share practices.
The equipment will help provide high school students hands-on experiences in nature.
A third generation logger, Gerlt of Fayette has been logging and buying timber for more than 30 years.
Avoid the fall rush and sign-up to take your hunter education skills session now.
The two-day course is free, but registration is required by Aug. 17.
Relax while listening to music duo Michael Fraser and Tenley Hansen perform on July 31.
Attend the Aug.14 program to learn ways to minimize problems.
Learn the basics of rifle and shotgun shooting.
Careful pruning and tender loving care may save some trees.
Prevention is key to avoiding conflicts with coyotes.
Help kids in your life get hooked on the thrill of fishing on July 19 at MDC headquarters in Jefferson City.
The unstaffed shooting range will close on June 23 for renovations and updates with an expected reopening in mid-October.
The clinic is free, but preregistration by July 22 is required.
Stop by to learn about Department management goals and share your opinions.
Bait will be provided, as well as fishing poles for those who do not have their own.
Volunteers will help trap and tag turtles, then release them back to the area they were found.
The hands-on skills session is a mandatory, second requirement to become hunter-education certified in Missouri
See cleaning and cooking demonstration of Asian Carp and catfish on May 4 at North Village Farmers and Artisans Market in Columbia.
Teachers can help students learn responsibility and focus through MDC training workshop for Missouri’s National Archery in the Schools Program.
The workshop is free, but preregistration by May 14 is required.
Topics covered will assist landowners in all aspects of deer management. The workshop is free, but space is limited and participants must preregister by May 13.
Participants will learn the basics of handgun safety, shooting techniques, and more. There is no cost for the program, but pre-registration by May 2 is required.
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