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Missouri Department of Natural Resources shares green tips for a tree-mendous holiday season

‘Tis the season to be giving. This holiday season, give a gift back to the environment by being mindful about how you celebrate. Americans typically generate the largest amount of waste between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. As you plan your holiday events and gatherings, add a bit of “green” to your party theme. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources shares these tips to maximize your holiday cheer while also being environmentally friendly:

MDC reminds waterfowl hunters about waterfowl regulations and other information for the 2022-23 hunting season

The fall migration has begun and with duck and goose seasons upon us, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) offers some important information to help waterfowl hunters in the St. Louis Region.

Phelps Health’s 12th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive helps GRACE Families

Phelps Health is working with GRACE (Greater Rolla Area Charitable Enterprise) this fall to provide holiday meals to families in need.

MU Extension offers free farm tax workshops in December

University of Missouri Extension will host free farm tax workshops in December to update farmers and ranchers on farm and individual tax filings.
MU Extension agriculture business specialist Mary Sobba said farmers can attend via Zoom or in person at locations throughout the state. Attendees can choose either the Dec. 1 or Dec. 6 session.

Governor Parson proclaims November Adoption Awareness Month

Governor Mike Parson signed a proclamation designating November Adoption Awareness Month in Missouri to encourage all Missourians to learn more about the need for adoptive families and how to best support the youth awaiting adoption.

Help MDC with Audubon Christmas Bird Count

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages experienced Missouri birders to become citizen scientists by helping with the National Audubon Society’s 123rd Christmas Bird Count (CBC) between Dec. 14 through Jan. 5, 2023.