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
Department of Natural Resources awards $50,000 to Newburg
Prairie State Park hosts Guided Bison Saunter May 7
Watkins Woolen Mill State Park and State Historic Site hosts Kansas City Master Gardeners Tuesdays April - October
Department awards $1.4 million to Cass County’s Public Water Supply District No. 10
Felix Vallé House State Historic Site hosts Heritage Tea event May 7
Department of Natural Resources’ Pesticide Collection Program on track for record year
Department awards $30,000 to Cooper County Consolidated Public Water Supply District No. 1
Katy Trail State Park offers tram tours for seniors
Jefferson Landing hosts May 4 Landing After Hours: Daniel Boone in Missouri
Department of Natural Resources awards $50,000 to Anderson
Portion of Katy Trail closed due to rock removal
Sam A. Baker State Park hosts a Wild Edibles Scavenger Hunt in May
Harry S Truman State Park hosts Marina Appreciation Day April 30
Crowder State Park hosts an April Showers Bring May Flowers event in May
Washington Park hosts Twilight Trek and Taste event April 30
Thousand Hills State Park offers Reptile programs April through October
Big Oak Tree State Park hosts Living History Day May 7
Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site hosts hike April 23
Weston Bend State Park hosts Whodunit? event April 22
Keep Baker Beautiful Day needs volunteers at Sam A. Baker State Park April 30
Prairie State Parks hosts Nature Bingo April 30
Thousand Hills State Park hosts Night Sky Events April through October
Jewell Cemetery State Historic Site hosts Jewell Cemetery Stroll April 23
Rock Bridge Memorial State Park hosts spring wildflower walk April 23
Annie and Abel Van Meter State Park hosts "Back in Time, Forgotten Skills: Primitive Cordage" workshop April 16

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