Missourians who have been snowed in too often this winter can shrug off winter’s icy shackles March 1 at the Show-Me State’s four trout parks.
Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) officials say it’s important this time of year to be especially vigilant of pets in areas where coyotes are known to live.
On Feb. 7, President Barack Obama signed into law the Agriculture Act of 2014, also know as the 2014 Farm Bill. Much of the Farm Bill deals with feeding Americans in the short and long terms, but key components of this legislation benefit conservation across our country.
Missouri elementary, middle and home-school students K-8 have until March 14 to participate in the 2014 “Yes You CAN Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest.
The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA) is hosting to free workshops in March.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Troop F will offer two boater safety certification courses to the public in April and May in the Lake Area.
Event set for March 15 at Prairie Grove Shotgun Sports near Columbia
Sporting clay enthusiasts can take aim for a good cause at the Bass Pro Shops and Mid-America Mortgage First Annual Shoot for Disaster to benefit the American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter.
Right now, there is a proposed constitutional amendment working its way through the State Capitol that would completely change the way conservation is regulated in Missouri.
MDC spokesmen say it's time to starting looking for early signs that winter may be winding down
Despite the warm temperatures of the last few days, it’s hard to believe that this year’s extremely harsh winter is close to being over.
Local man crafts Olympic-level speed skates
ike most miraculous stories of victory, Bruce Kohen’s had a humble beginning. Now renowned worldwide for making innovative professional-level speed skates, Kohen started his business, SS Boots, in his basement 16 years ago.
The Lake Area Garden Coalition will hold a “Three County Seed Exchange” 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District Training Building on Highway 5 in Sunrise Beach.
Although we humans do everything possible to avoid exposing ourselves to the frigid conditions in January and February, there are some species of Missouri wildlife that actually enjoy the snow and cold weather.
Applications are available for the federally-funded Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants to assist in financing outdoor recreation projects.
The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA) will host a Living Wall demo workshop and Half-Sauced catered free Tailgate BBQ from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the junction of Bagnell Dam Boulevard and Osage Beach Parkway (across form the old Denny’s) in Lake Ozark.
Fire has been used as a land management tool by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) for more than 30 years, but it isn’t as simple as dropping a match and watching it burn.