The most recent Missouri Department of Natural Resources' news releases may be found below. Be sure to visit the department's main Communications webpage to learn more about our communication resources. If you need additional information, please contact the department's Communications office at 573-751-1010 or 800-361-4827. For Missouri State Parks related topics call 573-751-9392 or 800-334-6946

Current News

News Release Date
A Spooktacular event planned at Meramec State Park Oct. 15
History Hallowfest comes to Knob Noster State Park
Bennett Spring State Park hosts nature-themed bingo
Governor Parson proclaims October as Clean Water Month in Missouri
Missouri Department of Natural Resources Celebrates Energy Efficiency Day Oct. 5
Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl art contest opens Oct. 13
Historic Preservation Council to consider nominations for National Register in October
Celebrate fall at Robertsville State Park
See fall colors at Crowder State Park’s Missouri Days
Bennett Spring State Park hosts nocturnal bird program
Department of Natural Resources hosting free pesticide collection event in Versailles Oct. 15
Department of Natural Resources awards more than $160,000 in grants
Public meetings scheduled Oct. 9 for two Missouri state parks
Toast Missouri on Oct. 8 at First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site
Hunter-Dawson State Historic Site hosts 1860s Children’s Day
Take a night hike at Stockton State Park Oct. 8
Teaching American History seminars offered at Missouri State Museum
Department of Natural Resources Celebrates Clean Energy Week Sept. 26-30
Lisa Stuecken Selected As September 2022 Missouri Department of Natural Resources Team Member of the Month
Iron Riders 125th anniversary commemoration event will be in Kansas City Oct. 8
Landing after Hours: The Capitol Lunettes, Oscar E. Berninghaus and the Taos Society of Artists will be held at Missouri State Museum Oct. 5
Ha Ha Tonka State Park conceptual development plan survey now online
Weston Bend State Park holds Historic Harvest
Learn2 Climb program offered at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park
Lee Mace’s famous bass fiddle now resides at Missouri State Museum

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