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
Bennett Spring State Park hosts “Day Shift, Night Shift and Garbage Gal” July 20
Onondaga Cave State Park reopens cave with new lighting system July 19
Department of Natural Resources awards $50,000 grant to Delta
Tisha Holden selected as July 2024 Missouri Department of Natural Resources Team Member of the Month
Missouri Geological Survey receives funding to hunt for critical minerals
Department of Natural Resources awards $62,500 grant to Parma
Department of Natural Resources awards $15 million to Tri-County Water Authority
Department of Natural Resources awards $50 million in assistance to Republic
Department of Natural Resources awards $253,000 loan to Kahoka
Harry S Truman State Park conceptual development plan survey now online
Learn about geology at Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site July 20
Improvements complete, Montauk State Park campground loop 4 reopens
St. Louis Region parks schedule several events through July
Drought Assessment Committee meets July 19
Mark Twain and Crowder State Parks offer all-inclusive deer hunts for veterans
Informational video updates for state parks and historic sites will be posted online in July
Northeast Missouri parks and historic sites host several events during July
Department of Natural Resources awards $37,500 grant to Slater
Bears, bison and Bluegrass – oh my!
Round up for veterans with Missouri State Parks
Department of Natural Resources awards $40,000 grant to Keytesville
Lewis and Clark State Park hosts public meeting and ribbon-cutting ceremony July 6
Summer fun abounds in the St. Louis region state parks
Missouri state parks host events in Northeast Missouri during July
There is a lot to do in southeast Missouri in July

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