Oaks are one of the most important and abundant hardwood trees in Missouri’s forests. Besides producing high-quality wood products, oaks provides important sources of food and cover for wildlife.
Forests and farms may seem like two completely different things, but agroforestry puts them together. Listen to the audio.
Deer hunters may come home with more than trophy antlers this hunting season.
Although beetle numbers remain high in some regions of Missouri, in general numbers emerging statewide in 2013 are reduced from numbers observed in years 2011 and 2012.
Unsuspecting woodland owners selling timber often fall victim to a practice known as "high-grading" — cutting the best trees and leaving the rest.
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