Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
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Apply by Nov. 16 for FREE opportunity to harvest your first deer with guidance from MDC staff.
Orin Allen led Kenmar Timber Company’s quality harvest operations on public and private lands in 2018.
Get information on chronic wasting disease, have questions answered, and learn what people can do to help limit the spread of this deadly deer disease.
Register to join FREE outdoor skills day and learn about crossbows.
Learn the basics of catching big catfish on Missouri's rivers and lakes at this free clinic.
Grant funds to help create new archery range at Memphis Reservoir, set to open by September.
Weekend workshop near Perry offers women a variety of outdoors skills courses.
Register to attend a free training program in Kirksville or Hannibal.
Girls ages 11-15 will learn outdoor skills and earn hunter education certification this summer during a three-day camp
Free nature hike and family reading experience available at MDC’s Northeast Regional Office
Register to attend FREE Discover Nature – Women workshop May 12.
Register for a FREE workshop for early childhood educators to help kids discover nature.
Register to attend FREE crafting course April 21.
Register to attend this free clinic and hunt for adults who have never harvested a wild turkey.
Register to attend a FREE workshop on basics of archery.
MDC co-sponsors event for woodland property owners April 13-14.
Youth participants may be selected for a mentored hunt in April.
Register youth ages 6-15 for JAKES program at Locust Creek Conservation Area.
Archery programs in schools improve student performance and knowledge about wildlife conservation.
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