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Register to attend FREE Discover Nature Fishing workshop April 15 and learn how to use equipment.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing workshop and learn how to use specialized equipment.
Free workshops will include classroom session and a demonstration burn, weather permitting.
Discover nature this winter, and witness one of the best opportunities for eagle watching in the country
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing workshop and learn on-the-ice fishing techniques.
Winter drawdown aims to reduce nuisance plants and spur largemouth bass growth in spring.
Register to attend this FREE Discover Nature Fishing clinic and learn how to use specialized equipment.
Register to attend a free training program in Hannibal Dec. 3.
Special season improves access to cold water fish; catch-and-release only until Feb. 1.
Course helps teachers integrate environmental education into existing curriculum.
Public can comment on draft management plan through Nov. 30.
Free clinic helps hunters process meat from field to freezer.
Public can comment on draft management plan through Oct. 31.
Register to attend a free training program near Kirksville.
Celebrate with free outdoor activities at Henry Sever Lake Conservation Area
Course is required for those who wish to use cable restraint devices during trapping season
Public can comment on draft management plan through Aug. 31.
Water Education for Teachers workshop can help educators integrate importance of water into existing curriculum.
Program aims to boost wildlife habitat and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Learn the basics of catching big catfish on Missouri's big rivers at this free camp.
Public comment period runs through June 30.
Register to attend evening course on Missouri frogs, and how to catch them
Landowners can apply June 1 – July 15 for new program that pays them to allow public hunting, fishing, or wildlife viewing on enrolled private lands.
Free clinic and mentored hunt in northeast Missouri connects kids with nature
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