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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.
Feb. 20 event highlights how these birds benefit us.
Zone workshops in March will give hunters chances to offer input.
Dock improvements will have conservation and recreational benefits.
Cody Bailey and Guerric Good will work with landowners and on public land.
MDC's Jarad Milligan named NWTF Missouri Wildlife Officer of the Year.
Event on Jan. 16 and Jan. 17 will feature indoor programs and outdoor viewing.
Text "MDC Springfield to 468311 to learn about upcoming programs.
MDC is investigating the death of a bull elk that appears to have been shot and had its skull plate and antlers removed.
Attendance at Jan. 4 orientation is required for participation in upcoming course.
Free Dec. 5 program will provide advice on proper techniques and tools.
Anglers can help alleviate problem by minimizing time they take to catch and release fish.
Free programs will provide tips on the proper techniques and which tools to use.
Event on Oct. 29 and Oct. 30 will focus on rodents and include night hikes on trails.
Ben Havens has worked at all four of Missouri's trout parks.
Citizens can comment on area's management plan Oct. 15-Dec. 31.
Oct. 22 MDC program will discuss challenges deer present in city environments.
Wollard and Green begin duties in Polk and Cedar counties Oct. 1.
Upcoming open houses in Van Buren, St. Robert, Springfield and Neosho will give citizens chances to discuss potential regulation changes.
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