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Event is a good chance for youngsters and newcomers to learn how to fish
Experts will help participants try target shooting with archery, sling shot, .22 rifle, and shotgun
Landowners can get guidance on healthy forest and grassland management in loess hills
Watch for free fishing and nature programs from May-September
Public can comment on plans for the area during April
Alabama native had previous forestry stints with Arkansas and MDC.
Antler measuring will be followed by white-tailed deer management workshop
Public can comment in March on long-range plans for Floyd and Wagner conservation areas
Free clinic at Mozingo Lake will depend on safe ice conditions
MDC biologists say trumpeter sightings more frequent
MDC and partners hosted school groups and the public for 39th annual event
Public can comment in December on long range plan for river access
Free event highlights eagles and conservation in northwest Missouri
Krug Park Lagoon is city's newest trout fishing destination
Early fall color and conservation practices were on display
Children can wear costumes and enjoy fishing, games, and prizes
Free event highlights Poosey's natural areas and fall color in forested hills
St. Joseph doctor donates valued art print marking Missouri conservation history
Free workshop will explore strategies for managing deer on private land
Public can give feedback on regulations, infrastructure, priorities, and conservation issues
MDC and MU researchers remind hunters not to let a collar affect their decision to harvest a deer.
Public can comment in September on area's long-range management plans
Free event offers a chance to view bison, birds, wildflowers, and native grasses
Free event will score deer antlers to qualify them for record books
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