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Fun things to do and great places to discover nature.
Even if you aren’t an angler, it’s tons of fun to wade around in a cool, clear trout stream.
In early March, most of Missouri’s woods are still gray and bare. But if you take a walk, you might find some signs of spring poking up through the leaf litter.
Wetlands can be muggy and buggy. They’re often soggy and stinky. You might get stuck in the muck. But wetlands aren’t wastelands.
The struggle to survive isn't always a fair fight.
Biologists are worried because bee and butterfly numbers are dropping. Improper use of pesticides and loss of habitat are likely to blame. You can bring the buzz back by planting a patch of native flowers.
Angie Daly Morfeld
Nichole LeClair Terrill
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