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MDC needs help from hunters and landowners in northeast Missouri, lifts antler-point restriction and increases antlerless harvest in key counties.
Registration required by December 2
Registration required by December 16
Registration is required by Oct. 21.
Registration is required by Oct. 30.
The program offers landowner incentives while increasing public access opportunities.
Area plan will be available for public comment Oct. 1-30.
The workshop is free, but registration is required by Sept. 25.
The all-day event is Sept. 26.
Area plan will be available for public comment Sept. 1-30.
The workshop is free, but registration is required by Sept. 4.
Registration is required and opens Sept. 10.
Space is limited and reservations are required by Aug. 3.
Families are invited to attend a two-day free catfish camp Aug. 22-23.
A draft plan is available for public review July 1 to July 31.
A draft plan is available for review July 1 to July 31.
A draft plan is available for public review from July 1 to July 31.
Moving firewood can spread devastating tree pests.
Lifting antler-point restriction and increasing availability of antlerless permits in key central and northeast counties aim to slow the spread of deadly deer disease.
A draft plan is available for public review from June 1 to June 30.
A draft plan is available for public review June 1 - 30.
MDC invites women to spend two evenings to get a hands-on, outdoors’ skills lesson in basic firearm shooting. A classroom session will take place on Monday, June 22 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the MDC Hannibal office, 8965 Hwy 36, Suite 1 in Hannibal.
A draft plan is available for public review from May 1 to May 31.
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