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Free program at Springfield Nature Center will cover basics.
Financial assistance helps improve access for fishing and boating
Springfield Nature Center program highlights nature knowledge of past cultures.
This sequence of three classes Monday-Wednesday will guide deer hunters from the harvest to the meal.
Changes made for MRAP program land in DeKalb County
Property managers can learn how to use fire to help manage grasslands.
Learn about fishing, hunting, and wildlife at James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area
Teachers will learn the Discover Nature Schools Nature Unleashed (Grades 3-5) curriculum.
Chef Mike of East Central College will reveal unique and delicious ways to prepare deer meat.
Participants will learn how to set traps, regulations, ethics and trap preparation.
Participants must be 16 years of age or older to participate in the program.
Event will celebrate unique reptile that was found in Stone County in 2017.
Flooding has affected habitat at Grand Pass, not as much at Settle's Ford and Montrose conservation areas.
Buy native plants and see how migrating monarchs are tagged at free event.
Participants will gain certification to teach the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program in their schools.
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