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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
FREE workshop will help landowners avoid hazards of chainsaw woodlot management
Learn to hone trapping skills with conservation professionals at FREE clinic near Williamsburg.
Public can comment through Sept. 30 on draft management plan.
Get ready for fall hunting with field skills sessions to satisfy hunter education requirement.
FREE public presentation on a “natural community approach” on public and private lands.
MDC invites youth ages 8-15 to attend a free dove hunting clinic and hunt Sept. 1-2 at Prairie Fork Conservation Area.
Get information and share opinions on MDC regulations, infrastructure, priorities, and conservation issues.
Four Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered on Thursday evenings in September
Give feedback on MDC regulations, infrastructure, priorities, and conservation issues.
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.
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