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Participants will gain certification to teach the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program in their schools.
This free, introductory course is open for ages 11 an up and includes hands-on shooting practice.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 25-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of September.
An online reallocation drawing will be held to assign three relinquished blind sites.
After extensive flooding MDC work crews have enabled public access on a primarily walk-in basis.
Women are treated to a free day of fishing at the trout park, which features Missouri’s fifth largest spring.
This unique way of discovering nature is open to wheelers and walkers of all level of mobilities and abilities.
Learn the basics of this fast-paced sport from experienced instructors at a free class.
Teachers will learn about this free program which provides grant funding for middle school life science units.
The nature center is one of the key study sites of this innovative research into the lives of copperheads and other snakes.
Join MDC naturalists for a hike in a real marsh to find turtles and snakes this Saturday.
Residents in the City of St. Louis have a new resource to help them learn about and experience nature.
This free introductory class will give new hunters all the information they need to get started.
Children age 7-12 will enjoy finding the fascinating creatures waiting to be discovered in ponds.
Meet this dynamic long-distance hiking athlete, author and speaker at a free program.
Learn how to improve habitat for upland wildlife by viewing on the ground examples.
Teachers should register as soon as possible to attend the free workshops to learn about this middle school unit.
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