Many tree-killing pests travel in firewood. If you love Missouri’s forests, buy firewood where you camp, and burn it all before you leave.
Follow weekly regional reports to find Missouri’s best fall colors. Reporting starts in September and ends when the color fades, usually early November.
Learn which native Missouri trees produce canopies of spring blossoms. The last two weeks of April is the best time to see them.
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