As Missourians begin to head outdoors during the long-awaited spring season, they may encounter a variety of newborn animals. Though the young wildlife can pull on the heartstrings, and oftentimes appears to be abandoned, that’s usually not the case.
The Missouri Conservation Commission approved recommendations at its April 12 meeting from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) for upcoming 2019 migratory-game-bird-hunting seasons and 2019-2020 waterfowl-hunting seasons.
Missouri’s annual No MOre Trash! Bash will be held April 15 - May 15.
The Trash Bash is sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation and Missouri Department of Transportation as part of an ongoing No MOre Trash! statewide anti-litter campaign.
KANSAS CITY, MO – Missouri Humanities is proud to announce that the nationally renowned Water/Ways exhibit will be traveling to various host sites throughout Missouri in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution. Preference will be given to rural and suburban organizations. Applications to host the exhibit are now open and available online at http://www.mohumanities.org/water-ways-traveling-exhibit/ until 11:59pm May 16, 2019.
Tyler Schwartze is the new executive director of the Conservation Federation of Missouri. His father, Norman Schwartze, lives in St. James.
The Conservation Federation of Missouri recently held its fifth annual Conservation Day at the Capitol in Jefferson City. “The event is designed to bring conservationists from across the state together at the Capitol for a day of promoting and supporting our natural resources and outdoor heritage,” Schwartze said.