April 11, 2014

Missouri Woods App Now Available!

The Missouri Woods App is complete!  This app will allow landowners to evaluate their woodlands for forest health, wildlife habitat and timber sale potential. It is available in Android and Apple formats. Go to your app store, search for “MO Woods” and download; it’s as easy as that! If you do not have access to [...]

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April 1, 2014

Missouri Tree Farm Conference

The Missouri Tree Farm Conference has been set for April 18th and 19th at Bill Haag’s farm in Callaway county! On Friday, you will have the opportunity to learn why Missouri white oak is sent all over the world, why Missouri produces more walnut products than any other state and why Missouri’s only native pine [...]

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November 11, 2013

Who’s Eating Who?

Seems as though something is always eating something in Missouri’s forests and woodlands. By raising awareness and educating yourself on how to prevent and control these critters, insects and plants, we are one step closer to saving countless trees and even entire species. Learn more about invasives, nuisances and diseases here: MDC – Invasive Animals [...]

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November 1, 2013

What’s the Word in the Woods?

With hunting season in full swing, it is important to be aware of game-related issues. Infectious diseases such as Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) threaten Missouri deer, 520,000 Missouri deer hunters, landowners, wildlife watchers, 12,000 Missouri jobs, and Missouri businesses and communities that depend on the $1 billion in economic activity related to deer hunting and [...]

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