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New Deer Regulations Blocked

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) A court ruling has blocked a Missouri department from enforcing new regulations on private deer operations in the state.

The preliminary injunction issued this month in Gasconade County court keeps the Missouri Department of Conservation from enforcing new rules aimed at curbing the potential spread of chronic wasting disease until questions about the legality of the laws can be resolved, The Kansas City Star reported ( 247 more words


Conservation Connection: Help MDC improve conservation areas

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – It’s time for management plans for the Missouri Department of Conservation to be updated and MDC wants your help. Management plans address strategies for natural resource management and public use on conservation areas. 60 more words

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Conservation Connection: Nominate a tree for the Governor’s Christmas tree

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The Missouri Department of Conservation has begun their search for the next fixture of the most wonderful time of the year: the Governor’s Christmas tree. 122 more words

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Christmas in July: MDC begins search Governor’s Mansion holiday tree

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI)-It may be the middle of a hot Missouri summer, but the Missouri Department of Conservation is already thinking of the holiday season. 163 more words


Conservation Connection: Fireflies at night

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – If you spy fireflies, you know it’s summertime in St. Louis. Dan Zarlenga, Missouri Department of Conservation, joined KPLR 11 to share what makes these creatures glow. 33 more words


Kenrick Prairie


The decision to turn 22 acres of land on the grounds of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary to native prairie benefits all God’s creatures. With the help of the Missouri Department of Conservation, groundskeepers at Kenrick-Glennon planted native wildflowers, then watched and waited for Mother Nature to take her course. 86 more words


Maramec Spring

Finding Maramec Spring is just the beginning of discovery of this hidden gem less than 100 miles southwest of St. Louis near St. James. Next comes peeling away the layers of history, conservation, management and unspoiled beauty to discover on foot or in your car. 217 more words