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New agent has previous law enforcement experience with other agencies.
Dec. 14 workshop will show how fire can be used to improve wildlife habitat.
People must attend orientations on Dec. 4 or Jan. 4 to take part in training.
Nov. 28 program will discuss Dec. 9-11 managed hunt at MDC's Nature Center.
Duck hunting in MDC's South Zone opens Nov. 23 and is on a split-season format.
Meagan Duffee-Yates will assist landowners in Jasper and Barton counties.
Public can comment on MDC area's management plan in November.
Trails open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. daily, building will be closed Mondays and Sundays.
Free November, December events to focus on tool selection and methods.
Public invited to "Return to Oz" on Oct. 26 and 27 to learn about nature.
Anglers can help by minimizing time they take to catch and release fish.
Free "Field to Freezer" programs coming up in Joplin and Springfield.
Bear program on Oct. 10 will be followed by 80th Anniversary Open House event.
Meet MDC's director and give feedback on regulations, priorities and conservation issues.
Acquisition of Dallas County conservation area missed regulations timetable.
Matt Miles shares tips for photographing wildlife at Springfield Nature Center program.
New bridge will benefit Crane Creek trout and area drivers.
Program will focus on bear biology, research efforts, and learning to live with bears.
Main highway to conservation area from east is closed for bridge replacement.
Planting project is part of Bayer's nationwide "Feed a Bee" program.
Pratt will supervise conservation agents in four counties.
Registration not required for free Aug. 18 event at Springfield Nature Center.
Darrow will supervise agency's cooperative efforts with landowners in 17 counties.
Free basic archery instructor classes scheduled for Blue Eye, Springfield.
Aug. 19 fishing event co-sponsored by MDC and DNR open to anglers age 15 and under.
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