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Ozarks Greenways
P.O. Box 50733
Springfield, MO 65805
(417) 864- 2015
www.ozarkgreenways.org
Ozarks Greenways is a non-profit group of pri-
vate citizens dedicated to preserving greenspace
through the creation of linear parks, many
throughout urban areas. These parks provide
recreation, transportation, wildlife habitat and
protect water quality.
Missouri Department of Conservation
2630 N. Mayfair
Springfield, MO 65803
(417) 895-6880
www.mdc.mo.gov
The Missouri Department of Conservation pro-
tects and manages the fish, forest and wildlife
resources of the state.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Division of State Parks
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102
800-334-6946
moparks@dnr.mo.gov
The Mission of Missouri State Park is to
preserve and interpret the finest examples of
Missouri's natural landscapes. Preserve, main-
tain and interpret the most significant examples
of Missouri's historic landmarks and to provide
recreational opportunities associated with these
settings for the safe and pleasant use of all our
citizens.
Your Public Lands
Many organizations
and government
agencies are
responsible for
creating and
maintaining the
lands we all enjoy.
Our parks and
natural areas,
both land and
water, provide
an abundance
of recreational
opportunities and
wildlife habitat.
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Springfield-Greene County Parks
and Recreation
1923 N. Weller
Springfield, MO 65803
864-1049
www.parkboard.org
92 parks, 3 golf courses, a zoo and other facili-
ties are maintained or managed by this organi-
zation. Many recreational programs are offered
to the community.
National Park Service
www.nps.gov
The National Park Service oversees
over 400 natural, cultural and
recreational sites across the coun-
try. Our area includes Wilson's
Creek National Battlefield and
Ozarks National Scenic Riverways
(Current and Jacks Fork Rivers).
US Forest Service
Mark Twain National Forest
401 Fairgrounds Road
Rolla, MO 65401
(573) 364-4621
www.fs.fed.us
Much of the forests, springs, caves
and glades of Missouri are man-
aged by the US Forest Service.
The 1.5 million acre Mark Twain
National Forest is the only national
forest in Missouri.
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