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Learn how to use prescribed fire to boost wildlife habitat and reduce less desirable plant species on March 9 at Bradford Research Center in Columbia.
Learn about the pallid sturgeon and its incredible journey from a path of extinction to increasing abundance in Missouri's large rivers.
Join the volunteer team at Runge Nature Center. Learn more at Jan. 10 volunteer open house.
Participants will learn basics of gigging safety, equipment, fish identification, regulations and more.
Effort is for deer harvested in Adair, Chariton, Linn, Macon, Randolph and Sullivan counties.
DNA tests will help confirm species and possible origin of the animal.
Learn about using prescribed burns to improve wildlife habitat and control unwanted vegetation on Oct. 27.
Two-day class will be held Sept. 18-19 from 5:30 – 9 p.m. at MDC Central Regional Office in Columbia.
Attend Discover Nature: Women’s Basic Firearms program from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Sept. 17 at Sugar Creek Conservation Area (CA).
“Discover Hunting” programs are an ongoing series to help youths and adults learn techniques, regulations and ethics involved with hunting.
Discover nature and follow the story of our smallest bird as it prepares for fall migration at Hummers of Summer from 6 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 9.
Archers of every skill level are invited to the second annual Discover Archery Day on Aug. 11 at American Legion Park.
There is no cost for either program and all firearms and ammunition will be provided. Participants are also welcome to bring their own shotgun. Pre-registration is required for both events.
Enjoy family fun at frogging clinic on July 20 at Blind Pony Hatchery.
Enjoy Free Fishing Days at Bass Pro.
Open house will be at New Cambria High School June 2 between 1-4 p.m.
Go to www.ebay.com and search Mizzou football autographed jersey or autographed Mizzou football.
Buy native flowers, shrubs and trees from Missouri vendors and learn how to use them.
Registration deadline is Feb. 29. Seating is limited.
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