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Participants must register and attend orientation on Jan. 17 to take part in training.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature – Fishing workshop and learn how to tie your own flies.
Register for a FREE workshop for early childhood educators to help kids discover nature.
Register to attend one of two programs Jan. 25 or Feb. 22.
Public can comment through Jan. 31 on draft management plan.
Join the team of Runge volunteers and help Missourians discover nature.
MDC hosted experts from across continent to share knowledge on invasive species and healthy forests.
Family-friendly event in Jefferson City will include games, crafts, nature walks, stories, music, and more.
MDC seeks public comment on a draft management plan for Rocky Fork Lakes Conservation Area in Boone County. Public comment period for the draft management plan will run through Dec. 31
Public can comment through Dec. 31 on draft management plan.
Families invited to learn basic safety and shooting technique at FREE course in Columbia.
MDC staff photographer will present his 11-year journey photographing sage grouse.
Trails will close Dec. 8 – 10 to accommodate a managed archery hunt on Runge property.
Public can comment through Nov. 30 on draft management plan.
Gasconade River access reopens for ramp and parking only, after closure due to flood damage.
Free clinic helps hunters learn skills to process meat from “field to freezer.”
Due to high demand, nature center to open another field-skills session to prepare for fall hunting.
Caleb Sevy transfers to Maries County after a year on the job in Washington County.
Space is limited; register by Nov. 16 to attend this free training
Matt Miles will describe techniques used for his new book, “Missouri, Wild and Wonderful.”
Public can comment through Oct. 31 on draft management plan.
Learn about hundreds of locations for best birding across the state at free Oct. 12 program.
Learn about hunting methods, Missouri wildlife, and practice fishing skills at FREE, family-friendly event
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