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Monday, October 30 2017

MDC staff will stock more than 75,000 of the cold-water-loving fish when Missouri winter trout fishing kicks off in November. KDWPT-managed trout waters will receive two extra stockings and 22-percent more trout will be stocked this year statewide.

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Monday, October 23 2017

The MDC hosts an 80th anniversary openhouse Thursday, October 26 at the Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City, and a Fish-or-Treat family event at Everyday Pond on the MWSU campus in St. Joseph on Saturday, October 28.

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Tuesday, October 17 2017

The new Missouri Department of Conservation course provides adults more flexible and convenient options to become hunter-education certified by offering an all-online hunter-education course for Missouri residents 16 years or older.

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Tuesday, October 17 2017

Family event at Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center features nature displays and the sights and sounds of natures creatures as you explore outdoor garden paths lined with HOWLoween Fun.

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Monday, October 09 2017

Through the TWG program, more than $4 million funds were given to tribes in 14 states to support fish and wildlife conservation and key partnerships.

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Tuesday, October 03 2017

The color change starts earliest in northern Missouri and moves southward across the state. The peak of fall color in Missouri is usually around mid-October. This is when maples, ashes, oaks, and hickories are at the height of their fall display.

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