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Teachers can register to attend free workshops in July.
These free monthly outdoor learning experiences are designed especially for kids from infancy to age three.
Bring kids age 8-12 for a free outdoor adventure that blends art and biology.
The closure will enable MDC crews to make enhancements to the range.
Waterfowl hunters have until June 17 to enter the drawing for blind sites to be held June 19.
Over the next three years, visitors will see improvements to enhance their experience and bring more wildlife to the historic urban park.
Nature explorers age 4-6 will learn about amphibians with hands-on explorations.
MDC Forestry staff recently participated in the event that celebrated trees in North St. Louis County.
Everyone is invited to be part of this global citizen science data collecting effort.
Thanks to the donation, St. Louis County Police officers will begin teaching archery to kids this summer.
The rifle/pistol range will remain closed until further notice to complete repair work. Shotgun fields, archery facilities, and education center building remain open.
Bioblitzers will become scientists for a day as they explore the diverse plants and animals around the nature center while providing helpful information to MDC naturalists.
This free program instills the basics of fishing to youths and families—and hopefully more.
Richard Remmler of Crestwood was selected for the 2017 MDC Volunteer Hunter Education Instructor of the Year award for the St. Louis Region.
Lindsey was selected for the 2017 Regional Bowhunter Education Instructor of the Year award.
Agent Tallent was selected for the 2017 Regional Conservation Agent Hunter Education Instructor of the Year award this February.
Christine Hibler of Wildwood was selected for the 2017 Regional MDC Staff Hunter Education Instructor of the Year award.
This is an excellent opportunity for those new to birdwatching to get off to a great start with help of MDC naturalists.
MDC is working with landowners at this free workshop to help them get the most out of ponds on their property.
Girls ages 11-15 should apply now for this chance to learn outdoor skills and hunter education in a fun, immersive environment.
Space is limited. Register by July 1 to attend this free training.
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