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Free program includes chance to hook this popular catch at Stockton Lake.
Recent discoveries are latest evidence of tree pest in southwest Missouri.
July 13 event has registration deadline of July 6.
Free June 29 workshop at West Plains open to kids ages 8-15.
MDC is one of several groups involved in June 9 free fishing event.
Event aimed at anglers age 15 and under.
Educational canoe program includes floating and fishing opportunities on James River.
Variety of opportunities exist at new Dallas County public use area.
MDC services, programs still available as facility transitions into new phase of ownership
Kids' Fishing Day will also feature education stations and free lunch.
Anglers age 15 and under can fish for trout, get lunch and win prizes.
Anglers ages 15 and under can fish for trout for free and enjoy a free lunch.
April 21 event will also feature fly tying demos and casting instruction.
Events across southwest Missouri will highlight benefits of trees.
Citizens can comment on area's management plan April 1-30.
Springfield Conservation Nature Center clinic has tips for youths and adults.
Springfield Nature Center event has good information for homeowners.
Martinez's new job caps 20-year climb that began as Springfield Nature Center volunteer.
Free March 24 program has good tips for youths and adults new to turkey hunting.
Free March 17 clinic will cover fundamentals of archery.
March 13 program at Springfield Nature Center offers tips for hooking this popular fish.
Nature Center building open noon-5 p.m. on Sundays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
Free workshops scheduled for Mount Vernon, Joplin, and Lamar.
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