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The high school fishing team took top honors among 10 area schools in angling tournament.
Homeowners will discover tips to help resolve critter conflicts and make living around nuisance wildlife easier.
Participants with an adventurous spirit can compete in an outdoor challenge as they learn about nature.
Kids ages 15 years and under can discover the fun of trout fishing at free all-day event.
Firework Fireflies is a free program for children age 2-6.
Bring the whole family to either of these free classes and learn the basics of a lifetime sport.
This free workshop will give St. Louis area city and county planners information on how conservation can benefit urban landscapes.
Participants will discover how accessible fishing can be for persons of all physical abilities.
Girls, ages 11-15, should apply by May 15 for this chance to learn outdoor skills and safety in a fun, immersive environment.
Actor Tom Milligan gives a first-person performance of modern conservation movement pioneer, Jay Norwood “Ding Darling”.
The ranges will close for two weeks for MDC crews to complete the work; shotgun fields and archery facilities will remain open to the public.
These free events will commemorate the golden anniversary of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program
Turkey hunters can improve their success this spring by learning how to correctly pattern their shotguns at this free class.
Popular northwest composer/musician will blend nature-inspired music with images by MDC photographer Noppadol Paothong.
MDC anticipates the possibility of water overtopping the levee near the area due to rising river levels.
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