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Free workshops show how fire can be used as a land management tool.
Training coming up in Rolla. Orientation session on Feb. 4 with training registration required by Feb. 11.
Participants will learn how to gig and prepare their catch for a gravel bar fish fry.
Public can comment on the long-term management plan Jan. 1-31.
MDC is investigating the death of a bull elk that appears to have been shot and had its skull plate and antlers removed.
MDC to honor volunteer fire district with Firewise Communities USA distinction.
Oct. 29 field day will show how native plants can help wildlife and cattle.
Communities across the Ozarks now have free MDC fishing equipment at their fingertips.
Transfer brings Justin Emery closer to part of the state where he grew up.
The honor is reserved for those who demonstrate dedication to safety and sustainable logging practices.
Meeting coming up Sept. 29 in Van Buren at The River Centre at The Landing.
Experienced hunters, anglers or nature lovers sought to share knowledge with others.
Course is required for those who want to use cable-restraint devices during trapping season.
Pre-registration is required for the event by Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Free family-friendly event supports health and wealth of family farms and forests.
The free food plot workshop will be Aug. 28 at the FEMA building on the Alton school campus.
Fish for free with MDC on Saturday, May 30.
Anglers age 15 and under can fish for trout for free at May 2 event.
Five-year research study will help guide deer herd management.
Draft management plan for Dent County area available for public review during April.
Draft management plan for area available for public review during April.
Shutdown during elk calving period is annual occurrence.
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