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Citizens can comment on area's management plan Feb. 1-28.
Area management plans open for public comment in February.
March 4 event has registration deadline of Feb. 20.
Free workshop scheduled for Jan. 21 at Andy Dalton Shooting Range near Ash Grove.
Free event on Jan. 21 and Jan. 22 is great way to learn about eagles in the state.
Citizens can offer ideas for management of area through Jan. 31.
Recent discovery is first evidence of tree pest in southwest Missouri.
January workshops in Barton and Newton counties for people who want to use fire to improve their land.
Dec. 19 class in Springfield preps instructors for MoNASP curriculum.
Starting Nov. 1, trails will be open 6 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, building closed Sundays and Mondays.
Dec. 10-12 archery hunt among topics to be covered at Nov. 3 program
Free November events to focus on tool selection and methods.
Free "Halloween Happening" program on Oct. 27 and Oct. 28 features guided night hikes.
Free "Field to Freezer" programs coming up in Joplin, Springfield.
Jewell transfers from neighboring Dallas County, begins new duties Oct. 1.
Ryan Wood grew up enjoying Dallas County's outdoors.
Deadly Chronic Wasting Disease in northern Arkansas has prompted MDC to continue increased surveillance efforts near state border.
Teachers are invited to attend free classes in Joplin and Springfield.
Free events will identify species and highlight characteristics and benefits of trees.
Public can comment on draft of Busiek State Forest and Wildlife Area plan in September.
Sarcoxie native Jeremy Edwards grew up fishing, camping at Stockton Lake.
Course required for use of cable restraint devices during trapping season.
Registration not required for free Aug. 19 event at Springfield Conservation Nature Center.
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