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Wild Edibles

Red Bud blooms are about to start blooming, and hopefully this program will inspire you to start collecting and using these beautiful flowers in your cooking. So easy and simple, you will not be disappointed in the flavors these blossoms will bring to your dishes.


Kayaking is a great way to get outdoors and connect with nature. Join us as we learn about the equipment and techniques needed to kayak safely in Missouri before experiencing being on the water yourself. All kayaking equipment will be provided. Bring closed-toe shoes, a water bottle, and dress for the weather. Registration required for each paddler. Ages 12+

Nature Art

This class is a 12 month program that will meet once a month all year long. You will learn simple, but beautiful embroidery techniques as we explore some of the most stunning and unique Winged Things found in the beautiful landscapes of Missouri.

By signing up, you are committing to attend all twelve of the monthly sessions so that you will be able to complete all 15 blocks for an entire quilt.

Hunter Education Skills Session

Students must be 11 years old and have completed the knowledge session of the course prior to attending this skills session. This is done by either completing the on-line version (there is a fee involved for this), or filling out the student manual chapter review questions and bringing their booklet with them to class for instructor review (this is free). Student manuals are available at Twin Pines Conservation Education Center or from the MDC website.

If you have any questions or problems registering, please call the Twin Pines main line at 573-325-1381.