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Take a step back in time and practice primitive skills from atlatls to tomahawk throwing in Jefferson City.
Four-part Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered evenings in October.
Get information on chronic wasting disease, have questions answered, and learn what people can do to help limit the spread of this deadly deer disease.
Apply by Sept. 28 for FREE opportunity to harvest your first deer with guidance from MDC staff.
Learn more about the fascinating lives of insects at one of four workshops across the state.
Learn to hone frogging skills at FREE clinic for the whole family.
Learn about pollinators at this free event at Runge Conservation Nature Center in Jefferson City.
Register to attend a free series of training programs for women on beginner shooting basics.
Kids ages 10-years and older will learn outdoor skills this summer during a series of day camps.
Register for a FREE workshop for educators to help kids discover nature.
Register to attend a FREE clinic and gear up for a summer on the water.
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing, and discover nature.
Jennifer Pharr Davis will lead a hike, share stories, and sign copies of her latest book, “The Pursuit of Endurance.”
Register for this free opportunity to learn proven strategies to benefit woods and wildlife May 12.
Four-part Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered evenings in April and May.
Register to attend a free training program for women, taught by women.
Free nature hike and family reading experience available in Hannibal’s Central Park.
Youth participants may be selected for a mentored hunt in April.
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