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Registration not required for free Aug. 19 event at Springfield Conservation Nature Center.
Aug. 31 workshop and Sept. 3 hunt at Shawnee Trail Conservation Area open to hunters age 11-15.
Free course will be taught at MDC's Andy Dalton Shooting Range in Greene County.
Educational seminars will also be part of Aug. 20 Kids' Fishing Day event.
MDC recognizes Springfield's Dale and Julie Garner for their volunteer instructional work.
MDC recognizes Laclede County agent Walt Hutton for teaching efforts.
Long-time Johnson County agent Zielke transfers to Greene County Aug. 1.
Application period for area's six managed hunts begins July 1.
People with tree concerns or questions can get answers at June 18 event.
Catching fish, education, entertainment all part of June 11 event.
Upcoming meetings in Springfield, Joplin will offer information on how to apply for community conservation grants.
Openings still available for volunteers who wish to help with annual youth fishing event.
Arkansas findings prompt additional sample collecting efforts in Missouri.
Free May 24 class will be held at O'Reilly-Tefft Gym n Springfield.
Adult volunteers needed to help at free fishing event.
Education stations will also be part of free Kids Fishing Day event.
Attendees at Joplin event will receive free native trees and shrubs to take home.
Springfield Public Schools, Marshfield Tree City USA board win state arbor awards.
MDC predicts winter trout losses will have little impact on angling prospects in 2016.
Free series of clinics will introduce families to the fun of fishing.
Dave Darrow to work in Jasper and Barton counties where he was wildlife biologist.
People can get helpful information at free clinic on March 14.
Free clinics being held for Joplin, Aurora and Anderson.
Free March 25 turkey hunting clinic in Lebanon has good tips for youths and adults.
Urban project shows how conservation enriches economy and quality of life.
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