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Enjoy an anniversary celebration on June 9 with family friendly activities devoted to nature and the outdoors.
Open house will be at New Cambria High School June 2 between 1-4 p.m.
Have family fun while learning crappie fishing skills, followed by a day on the Lake.
Two positive results for Chronic Wasting Disease are first for free-ranging deer in Missouri.
Eagle Days at Squaw Creek Dec. 3 and 4 will feature nation’s symbol and thousands of waterfowl.
Hunters helped MDC collect tissue samples from more than 650 deer harvested during youth and opening firearms weekends. Hunter help still needed for MDC to collect more samples.
Conservation Department asks deer hunters to allow MDC to collect tissue samples from deer harvested in north-central Missouri area for chronic-wasting-disease testing.
Forests, fields and waters will be featured during Fall Driving Tour noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 16.
Free workshop open to anyone interested in deer management, including landowners, managers or hunters who wish to enhance deer-herd health and habitat on properties.
Closure for major renovations begins week of Sept. 19. Nearest alternate public boat ramp is Norton Woods Access.
Marion County Conservation Area inaccessible due to damage from flooding and high winds.
Event will be held on Haag property on Hwy 94 between Portland and Bluffton.
MDC will offer this free workshop for turkey hunters on patterning shotguns and improving range-estimation skills in preparation for the upcoming spring turkey season.
Help kids ages 3-11 Discover Nature with these upcoming family programs
Eagle Days is set to take flight in just a few short weeks!
MDC facility joins 27 other office buildings in Missouri recognized for environmental stewardship through energy efficiency. Other MDC facilities pursuing energy conservation.
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