MDC manages 69 areas with unstaffed shooting ranges that provide various kinds of shooting opportunities including: archery, rifle, handgun, and shotgun opportunities. We assessed user needs and desires, and compliance with rules and regulations.
What is the economic impact of Missouri’s forest products? To answer this, MDC undertakes periodic assessments of the economic impact of the forest products industry on the state as a whole by working with data collected by the Federal government
MDC’s Community Forestry Program advises, coordinates, and facilitates the efforts that affect Missouri’s community-owned trees. We use surveys, inventories and models to assess the status of Missouri's' urban forests.
MRAP increases recreational opportunities on private land by providing payments to landowners opening their land for recreational activities. We estimate the associated increase in economic benefits.
Amphibians and Reptiles, Birds, Community Ecology, Environmental Health, Fire Ecology, Geographic Information Systems, Invasives/Nuisance, Invertebrates, Mammals, Natural Resource Economics, Plant Research, Soils/Geology, Techniques, Tree Research, Trees/Plants, Wildlife Research
The Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project is a long-term, landscape-scale experiment that measures how the living and non-living parts of a forested ecosystem respond to forest management.