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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.
Discover Nature Schools programs offer grants, curriculum and free teacher trainings.
This free event requires pre-registration.
Landowners will learn how to improve wildlife habitat on their land.
Free lessons in family-oriented program will be offered at different locations in July and August
Youth will learn about frog biology, regulations, gigging, cleaning and cooking techniques.
All are invited to learn about logging opportunities, methods and more.
Bee keeping and Sassafras paddle making are just two of many demonstrations offered at Heritage Day.
Learn how to fish for goggle-eye, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout and walleye.
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