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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
Public can comment in October on shooting range management plans
Public can comment in October on long-range management plan
MDC's Burr Oak Woods offers free fun family event
Sept. 23 event drew families exploring the outdoors
Learn about fishing, hunting and wildlife at James A. Reed Area in Lee's Summit
MDC's Burr Oak Woods offers free event to remove crawly critter fright
Learn about monarch migrations and native plants that help them
Clinic Aug. 27 and field trip Sept. 2 will teach youths hunting and safety skills
Public can comment in August on management plans for area in Henry County
Archery, atlatl, fire starting, games, and crafts on tap
Sessions and farm tour will cover native prairie grass benefits and grazing tips
Officials ask boaters to take precautions to prevent spread of destructive mussels.
Summer in the City camp night offers fun activities at MDC Gorman Discovery Center.
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