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Free workshop at El Dorado Springs will teach methods, gear and safety for burns
Free event for all ages features maple sugar and firewood making tips
Trees and shrubs minus foliage reveal new views and wildlife
MDC presents award honoring decades of volunteer service
Persons may have picked up an eagle hit by a car near U.S. 65 in Benton County
MDC and partners host good crowds despite wintry weather
Free workshop designed to help property owners manage natural habitats
Birders noted 109 species during annual Audubon Christmas Winter Bird Count
Free event by MDC and conservation partners includes raptors and exhibits
Food shortage has pushed residents of northern clime southward
Foresters discussed reclaiming wood from trees felled in cities for lumber
Hunters can get updates on plans and progress for work in 2018
Public can comment in December on long-range management plan for the area.
MDC partners with Kansas City WildLands in conservation effort
Weave nature's green, brown, and gold colors into handmade décor
City's Liberty Park Pond offers a winter option for anglers
Urban lakes in the Kansas City metro area are ready for anglers
Visitor center closed while MDC uses parking lot to sample hunter harvested deer
Free Discovery Center event features chefs cooking venison and atlatl instruction
Public can comment in November on area's long-range management plan
Anita Gorman presented with Irwin T. Bode Award for conservation service
KCPT TV celebrates Daniel Tiger and good neighbors for people and nature
Public can give feedback on regulations, infrastructure, priorities, and conservation issues
Family event at Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center features nature displays
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