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Archery programs in schools improve student performance and knowledge about wildlife conservation.
Class will cover firearm types, safety, and participants will earn hunter education certification.
Blue Bell Farm recognized for largest Osage orange tree in the state.
Learn to hone frogging skills at FREE clinic for the whole family.
Guided moonlight hike will help participants learn more about nature at night
Runge volunteers are leading monthly hikes around the state this summer
Learn to journal and observe like master nature writer Henry David Thoreau
Beat the heat and discover nature through summer programming
Register today to attend free workshops in July
Space is limited. Register by July 11 to attend this free training.
Register to attend this free program on the basics of archery
Learn about pollinators at Runge Conservation Nature Center in Jefferson City.
Various primitive skills stations will teach new ways to enjoy the outdoors at FREE program in Columbia.
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing and discover nature at June 24 FREE event
Space is limited. Register by June 12 to attend this free training.
Register to attend a FREE clinic introducing women to basics of shooting sports.
MDC and Missouri Bird Conservation Foundation invite birders and others to FREE birding event.
Register to attend a free workshop to introduce women to the joys of archery.
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing and discover nature at June 24 FREE event.
Public can comment through May 31 on draft management plan.
Register to attend an introductory workshop on May 10 or 11 for ages 6 and older.
Four Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered on Thursday evenings in May.
Girls ages 11-15 will learn outdoor skills and earn hunter education certification this summer during a three day camp
Various activities offer fun, educational opportunities for students, families to discover nature.
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