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Programs to offer hands-on canoeing experience for beginning paddlers.
Young anglers will have opportunities to catch fish and learn about fishing at MDC's Family Fishing Fair June 6 at a specially stocked pool at MDC's Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery near Branson.
Young anglers will have opportunities to catch fish and learn about fishing at the 14th annual Kids' Fishing Day on June 6 at Kellogg Lake.
Upcoming meetings in Springfield, Joplin will focus on Community Conservation Grants.
MDC partnering with Harry S. Truman Coordinating Council on LEAF initiative.
Periodic cicada emergence will include western Missouri.
Volunteers still needed to help with May 16 Kids' Fishing Day event
Education stations also will be part of free fishing event.
April 18 program to feature classroom portion in morning and skills session in afternoon.
MDC volunteer and Master Naturalist chapter recognized at CFM banquet.
Free April 1 clinic has good tips for youths and adults.
Free April 18 clinic will be at Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center.
Southwest Missouri events will highlight benefits of trees.
Tree-planting events are scheduled at several elementary schools across city in April.
Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery's John Miller receives national lifetime achievement award.
Springfield Conservation Nature Center event has landscaping information for homeowners.
Author-professor discusses the importance of native plants in two March 28 programs.
Free April 10 class will be held at O'Reilly-Tefft Gym in Springfield.
Free March 28 clinic has good tips for youths and adults.
Free workshops planned for Cassville, Stockton and Joplin.
Public input is welcome at March 3 open house.
19th annual Vulture Venture program highlights birds' benefits to humans.
Award-winning ornithologist John C. Robinson to speak Feb. 19 and 20.
Seminar scheduled for Feb. 17 at MDC Southwest Regional Office.
The Feb. 12 workshop is free, but participants are asked to register in advance.
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