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Due to the reduction of public use in the winter months Twin Pines will close from Dec. 1 to March 31, and reopen with regular operating hours April 1.
Deadly Chronic Wasting Disease in northern Arkansas has prompted MDC to continue increased surveillance efforts near state border.
Free lessons will be offered at a variety of locations in September.
The <strong>Indian Trail </strong>CA management plan is open for public review until Sept. 30.
Course is required for those who wish to use cable restraint devices during trapping season.
Congratulations to Smith Flooring contract logger Tom Martin!
Free lessons will be offered at a variety of locations in August.
Free workshop addresses feral hog concerns and assistance available to landowners.
The Aug. 2 skills session satisfies part two of Missouri hunter education requirements.
More than 100 tree bundles to be sunk at select locations on reservoirs.
A reward of nearly $4,500 is offered for information in elk poaching case.
People with tree concerns or questions can get answers at June 18 event.
Learn the increasingly popular sport during this one-day youth clinic.
Twin Pines will host Family Fish Day, Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Learn about animals that are active only at night.
Nature programs, logger training and more are planned for the May 14 event at Eminence City Park.
Landowners will take habitat tours, learn current status of Missouri’s elk herd.
Plantings will focus on attracting monarchs to famed author's home.
Free event will give public a chance to learn about area conservation programs.
Bee keeping and Sassafras paddle making are just two of many demonstrations offered.
Volunteers can help the center meet specific needs.
Annual closure from April 1 to July 1 is for elk calving with minimal disturbance from people.
Free workshops will show how to use fire as a land management tool.
Try your hand at this delicate craft that will work your mind and attract your biggest catch.
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