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Trails will close Dec. 16 – 19 to accommodate a managed archery hunt on Runge property.
FlipKey identifies top six small cities in U.S. to visit, and activities include discovering nature in mid-Missouri.
Special season improves access to cold water fish; catch-and-release only until Feb. 1.
Register today to attend a free workshop in November.
Sturgeon claims title for largest blue ash in Missouri.
Learn how Missouri’s owls see, hear, hunt, and eat with MDC staff on Friday.
MDC welcomes Fulton native and Army veteran to new role.
Register by Oct. 28 to attend this course and earn your hunter education certification card.
Public can comment through Oct. 31 on draft management plan.
Register to attend this course and earn a hunter education certification card.
Free seminar will introduce landowners to TSI practices and benefits.
Course helps teachers start an archery program in their schools
Register to attend a free training program in Kirksville Oct. 1.
Space is limited. Register by Oct. 11 to attend this free training.
New tree recognized as largest of its kind in Missouri, dethrones previous title holder.
Public can comment through Aug. 31 on draft management plan for Ben Branch Lake Conservation Area.
Public can comment through Aug. 31 on draft management plan for Blue Lick Conservation Area.
Public can comment through Aug. 31 on draft management plan.
Public can comment on draft management plan through Aug. 31.
MDC invites women and teens to free archery lessons at Runge Conservation Nature Center in Jefferson City on Aug. 11.
Participants will learn the basics of dove hunting, firearms safety, and shooting skills.
Four Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered on Tuesday evenings in August, September.
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