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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.
Free program includes chances to hook this popular catch at Stockton Lake.
Republic native will supervise conservation agents in 17 counties.
Citizens can offer ideas for management of area July 1-31.
Anglers can still expect quality fishing experiences at state trout areas.
Event rescheduled from May 6, when rain caused postponement.
Registration deadline is July 1 for free event at Camp Wakonda.
>Multiple organizations involved in free fishing event on June 10.
June 10 event aimed for anglers age 15 and under.
Meetings planned in Joplin and Springfield for Community Conservation Grants.
Brandon Weldy, Larry Maggard, Greg Cassell receive state recognition for efforts.
Free events will identify tree species and highlight characteristics and benefits.
MDC and Missouri Bird Conservation Foundation invite birders and others to FREE birding event.
Recent flooding issues won't affect free-fishing event at state park.
Bennett Spring reschedules its event for June 10, Montauk's event will be Aug. 12.
Public invited to attend May 11 event at Springfield Conservation Nature Center.
Education stations also part of free fishing event.
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