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Midwest States Receive More Than $8 Million

To support wildlife, habitats, and imperiled species

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced over $45 million in State Wildlife Grant funding to U.S. states and territories who develop and implement programs to protect species and habitats that are in greatest need of conservation ‑ including species that are not hunted or fished.

  • More than $8 million in grant funding distributed to eight states to support conservation initiatives defined
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Whitetail Deer Management Meeting at Jamesport

A Landowner Whitetail Deer Management meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 7, at the A.V. Spillman Event Center at 308 Broadway Street in Jamesport.

Joe DeBold, Urban Wildlife Biologist, will present Urban Management and Hunt Opportunities; 24 Years of Trophy Whitetail Management on 5,000 Acres – Lessons Learned.

Jasmine Batten, Wildlife Health Specialist, will present Diseases of White-tailed Deer in Missouri.

Megan Petras, Resource

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GHS Celebrates National FFA Week

written by a club member

During the year of 2014-2015, the Gallatin FFA Chapter has accomplished many goals and has done more than expected. This past week we celebrated National FFA Week. National FFA Week is where we celebrate Agriculture life. The Gallatin FFA chapter has 60 members. It had been a very productive year for the chapter as well as many of its members.

The summer started off with

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Winston FFA Week Culminates with Pancake Supper

The Winston FFA Chapter will be hosting a pancake supper at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20 in the Winston High School cafeteria for a free will donation.

Special themes for FFA week are as follows: Monday –  Comfy Cozy Day; Tuesday – Favorite Truck and/or Tractor Day; Wednesday – camo/hunter orange day; Thursday – Farmer Day; Friday –  Blue & Gold Pride Day.

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S.A.L.E. Conference to be Held in St. Joseph

by Tim Baker, Extension Professional and Horticulture Specialist

University of Missouri Extension will be holding our second annual S.A.L.E. Conference in St. Joseph, on Saturday, March 7. S.A.L.E. stands for Small Acreage & Land Entrepreneurs. The meeting will be held on the campus of Missouri Western State University, and starts at 8:30 with registration and the trade show.

The conference is geared toward landowners who are looking for ways to

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Gallatin FFA Chapter: FFA Week Activities

The Gallatin FFA Chapter will celebrate National FFA Week on Feb. 15 to 20. The 66-member chapter has a week packed full of activities for members as well as the community and school. The week will begin with the chapter attending church services at the First Christian Church on Sunday the 15th. Monday will be our business appreciation day with the officer team greeting local business owners with donuts and

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Americans Spend Less on Food Than Any Other Country

Thank a farmer

Join the celebration of agriculture as Farm Bureau members across the state share the important contributions of agriculture during Thank a Farmer Week, February 8-14.

Agriculture is everywhere! Take a look around and ask, where did this come from? Whether it is food, clothing, shelter, transportation, personal and household items, medications, or school supplies, what we use in our daily lives has a connection to agriculture. County

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MDC Seeing Less Deer, Seeks Fewer Days to Hunt

MDC expanded the November portion of firearms deer season to 11 days in 1995 in response to a rapidly growing deer population in many parts of the state. Deer numbers in most parts of Missouri are now at or below desired levels. According to MDC biologists, reducing the length of the November portion by two days will help increase those numbers.

To explain the proposed changes and gather public feedback,

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Winston FCCLA Places at Star Events

Winston FCCLA took four students to Chillicothe on Jan. 26 for Regional Star Events. Three were sophomores, Ashley Gadberry, Delilah Gadd and Gillian Heldenbrand, and the fourth was freshman Ashley Noel.

Ashley Gadberry received a Silver in Life Event Planning. Delilah Gadd and Gillian Heldenbrand received a Silver in the FCCLA Knowledge test, while Ashley Noel received a Bronze in the same event.

“We are very proud of the effort

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