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Conservation areas remain open to the public

We talk with conservation education supervisor for the Missouri Department of Conservation TJ Peacher

Posted: May 5, 2020 8:22 PM

The MDC advises people to take the following actions when using their outdoor facilities:

• If you have been sick in the last two weeks, stay home for your health and the safety of others.

• Travel in a small group of 10 people or fewer.

• If a conservation area looks crowded or an area parking lot is full, find a less-crowded location.

• Keep a physical distance of at least six feet while visiting areas and on trails.

• Avoid popular spots where people congregate, such as scenic overlooks, fishing docks, etc.

• Pack water, soap and/or hand sanitizer.

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A slight chance for some precipitation for northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas Sunday morning and then again Monday night into Tuesday. Any accumulation is expected to be light. Sunday will be cloudy with a high in the upper 30s and a northwest wind 5-15 mph with gusts around 25 mph. A warm up is expected mid-week with a cool down again later in the week.
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