Missouri Dept. of Conservation Programs

MDC Discover Nature

Conservation Keepers: Spider Sniffing

When: Saturday, October 20th from 8-9 p.m.

Where: MDC Northeast Regional Office

They're creepy and crawly and we're going hunting for them! Join us as we take a spider sniffing hike on the habitat trail. Bring your own flashlight or borrow one of ours.

No registration is required for this free family event.

Call 660-785-2420 for more details.

to view other classes offered by the Missouri Department of Conservation, CLICK HERE.

National Archery in Schools Program

The National Archery in Schools Program proves 4th-12th grade students opportunity to experience success in school. No matter their gender, size, background or ability, students "can do" archery{>}

Since NASP's inception in March of 2002: 8.8 million students have participated, 10,000 schools have joined and 47 states and 5 countries have adopted.

For more information about the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program, and for a directory of your regional Missouri Department of Conservation outdoor Skills Specialist, CLICK HERE.