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Participants will learn how to set traps, regulations, ethics and trap preparation.
Participants must be 16 years of age or older to participate in the program.
Women will learn bow and crossbow techniques, safety and maintenance.
This includes Horseshoe Bend, Piney River Narrows, and Dripping Springs natural areas.
Parents can register children ages 7 to 15 and their family members for these basic fishing courses.
Learn about woodland, glade and forest management benefits to wildlife.
Learn how to identify timber management goals and meet cost-share specifications.
Heritage Day features fish fry, kid’s fishing and many demonstrations.
Prescribed fire is a useful tool for land and wildlife management.
Director Jerry Presley guided MDC after the Design for Conservation period.
MDC recognizes Michael Kane’s long-standing volunteer service to the region.
Learn about the time-honored tradition of gigging on the Current River.
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