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Recycle your live Christmas tree by converting it to fish and wildlife habitat.
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The original version of this press release listed the event day as Friday in the headline. The correct day is Saturday, Dec. 16.
Birding presentations, crafts, and cookies promise a good family time.
Guest speaker Matt Miles will present his recent photography book: Missouri, Wild and Wonderful.
Reporting feral hog sightings is the best way to retain Missouri’s prime hunting opportunities.
The management plan is open for public review until Nov. 30.
Millstream Gardens, Amidon, Magnolia Hollow conservation areas are among best autumn viewing.
Stocking program includes lakes in Perryville, Farmington and Jackson.
The tower site management plan is open for public review until Oct. 31.
Live animal presentations and a crackling fire promise fun family time.
Join professional river experts on boat rides and get an up-close look at big river fish.
It’s not too late to start counting bird species and join in the fun and learning.
Workshop scheduled for Sept. 30 at Sloan Conservation Area in Dade County.
Anglers can help everyone who recreates at the lakes by preventing the spread of Asian carp.
Join naturalists for an insect zoo, take an insect hike, and make buggy crafts.
MDC, USDA, NRCS partner to help fund habitat improvement costs on private land.
This event is for experienced paddlers as an opportunity to float the Mississippi River with experts.
Conservation agents will lead archery activities and offer boat rides while families fish together.
Give feedback on MDC regulations, infrastructure, priorities, and conservation issues.
The Oak Ridge CA management plan is open for public review until July 31.
Survival and harvest rates collected influence hunting season lengths and limits.
Hiking, hunting, gardening and volunteering are just a few senior-friendly activities.
Teaching outdoor skills from an early age helps girls continue traditions of hunting and fishing.
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