Boone

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Hunter Education Skills Session

Have you always wanted to firearm hunt on your own? First you need to get certified!

Participants must be 11 years old and have completed the knowledge portion of the course prior to attending this skills session. This is done either by completing the online version (for a fee), or filling out the student manual chapter review questions and bringing the booklet to class for instructor review (no charge). Student manuals are available from the MDC website.

Hunter Education Skills Session

Have you always wanted to firearm hunt on your own? First you need to get certified!

Participants must be 11 years old and have completed the knowledge portion of the course prior to attending this skills session. This is done either by completing the online version (for a fee), or filling out the student manual chapter review questions and bringing the booklet to class for instructor review (no charge). Student manuals are available from the MDC website.

Hunter Education Skills Session

Have you always wanted to firearm hunt on your own? First you need to get certified!

Participants must be 11 years old and have completed the knowledge portion of the course prior to attending this skills session. This is done either by completing the online version (for a fee), or filling out the student manual chapter review questions and bringing the booklet to class for instructor review (no charge). Student manuals are available from the MDC website.

Hunter Education Skills Session

Have you always wanted to firearm hunt on your own? First you need to get certified!

Participants must be 11 years old and have completed the knowledge portion of the course prior to attending this skills session. This is done either by completing the online version (for a fee), or filling out the student manual chapter review questions and bringing the booklet to class for instructor review (no charge). Student manuals are available from the MDC website.

Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring (VWQM)

Join a network of thousands of citizen scientists collecting biological, chemical, and physical assessment data on Missouri's wadable streams!

Level 1 Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring (VWQM) builds upon knowledge and skills acquired at Introduction to VWQM. This two-part educational presentation will introduce the topics of water chemistry and visual survey. Participants may continue on to become certified to submit data by completing a stream-side certification training later this fall.

Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring (VWQM)

Join a network of thousands of citizen scientists collecting biological, chemical, and physical assessment data on Missouri's wadable streams!

Introduction to Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring (VWQM) is the entry level of monitoring. This two-part educational presentation will introduce the topics of watershed mapping, site selection, stream discharge, and biological monitoring. Participants may continue on to become certified to submit data by completing a stream-side certification training later this spring.