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The Graves Mountain CA management plan is open for public review until Feb. 28.
The Castor River CA management plan is open for public review until Feb. 28.
Lakes in Jackson, Farmington and Perryville are stocked and ready.
All three areas combine efforts to offer live eagle presentations, eagle viewing in the wild.
A ‘Big Year’ is a competition among birders on viewing and hearing the most birds in a year.
MDC will host a Women’s Rabbit Hunt Valentine’s weekend.
MDC has named Sarah Ettinger-Dietzel as a conservation agent for Iron County.
Clayton Lewis is the new conservation agent for Madison County.
Bommarito looks forward to getting to know the people and places of New Madrid County.
Knowing who hibernates, who doesn’t, and how to help can make all the difference for wildlife.
The honor is reserved for those who demonstrate dedication to safety and sustainable logging practices.
The area management plans are open for public review in December.
Cooler temperatures and fall color make a great setting for family fishing memories.
Some species can be seen in Missouri on warm fall and winter days.
Warm weather has subdued colors, but there are pockets of splendor to enjoy.
Perryville’s Legion Lake is added to MDC’s trout stocking program.
MDC welcomes Brian Maddox as the new resource forester for Iron County.
Greffe replaces Marty Calvert, as Calvert moves into a new role as forest certification manager.
Improvements include road maintenance, native grass plantings and new parking lots.
Attendees will learn how to field dress and properly care for their harvested deer and how to process the venison for freezer storage at this free program.
Live owl presentations and a campfire promise fun family time.
MDC programs can help farmers re-focus acres and decrease losses.
Volunteers contributed over 4,000 hours of work in 2015, but the value is more than time and money.
The Current River CA management plan is open for public review until Sept. 30.
Join professional river experts on boat rides and meet big river fish face to face.
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