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After a one-year hiatus due to an area construction project, the annual Maple Sugar Festival will be back in 2018.
Participants will gain certification to teach the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program in their schools.
Visitors should note that closures apply to staffed offices only and not to other area facilities.
Visitors will learn how to make holiday presents from natural materials at this free workshop.
MDC and its partners are bringing back one of the area’s largest bald eagle events in 2018.
Miles will also be available to autograph his new book, Missouri Wild and Wonderful, featuring his photography work.
Efforts to restore the American burying beetle recently won an award from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
The rifle/pistol range will remain closed until further notice; the shotgun fields and education center building will remain open.
Tips from callers played an important role in the recent success of a multi-violation poaching case.
Managed hunt is being used as a tool to help keep deer numbers at a heathy level.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 15-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of November.
Great trout fishing opportunities are just minutes away for many St. Louis area residents this winter.
The closure applies to the building only; normal operating hours are expected to resume next week.
Explore nighttime sights and sounds on the 7,000-acre conservation area under the stars.
This naturalist-lead walk will help participants discover the many ways trees help us even in the city.
This free evening program will reveal the mysteries of some of nature’s most fascinating night life.
This is an excellent opportunity for those new to birdwatching to get off to a great start with help from MDC naturalists.
MDC work crews have repaired spring flood damage to make the road drivable again.
Shooters can try out the new range and receive a free hour of shooting.
Those interested in having input on the access’ 15-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of October.
This free family event will help visitors take their outdoor adventures to the next level.
Participants will hone their observing skills and discover unique ways to document Missouri’s fascinating fish.
The rest of the area will remain accessible; the visitor center will resume normal hours on Sunday.
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