Join the Missouri Dept. of Conservation for an exciting catfishing experience on the Mississippi!
This event will begin at 1pm Saturday with catfish biology/regulations and fishing information. Participants will spend Saturday evening on the river setting lines and will check lines early Sunday morning. Camping and pole and line fishing will be available Saturday evening for those interested. This event is offered free of charge and is open to all ages. Participants 16 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
This is not a basic fishing course, and is designed to teach river setline fishing and navigation.
(660)785-2420 to sign up or email email@example.com
Reservations Required. Families, ages 12 and above.
Join us as we go back in time to discover what plants and animals were used for food during by soldiers and citizens over 150 years ago. You will be amazed at the variety of foods that people relied on. In addition to an indoor portion, we will take a short hike to find some of these wild edible plants that are still food for humans today. Bring a bottle of water and hiking shoes.
October 8 · Saturday · 12:30-3:30 PM
Registration required beginning Sept 1 by calling 816-228-3766(women and girls 14-17 when accompanied by an adult women participant) This orientation is a prerequisite to attend the Intermediate Backpacking Trip on Oct. 15 & 16, 2016. Participants must attend and complete a test hike which includes a one-hour backpack hike up and down small hills on a natural trail. You may check out equipment if needed. First come, first served. Learn what to bring and what to expect.
Intermediate Backpacking Trip
October 15 & 16 · Saturday & Sunday · 7 AM-6 PM
Orientation attendance and completion of test hike required
Embark on an amazing journey to a land of dolomite glades, rock bridges, karst and sinkholes…also known as the Missouri Ozarks. We will hike a seven mile backpack loop that is rated as moderate in difficulty. This trip involves carrying a 30 lb. backpack up and down hills across rocky terrain.