Missouri Gets Nearly $30M From US Fish And Wildlife Service

The Missouri Department of Conservation uses the annual allotment for several programs, including elk restoration, deer collaring and an angler education program that provides free classes.

Missouri Gets Nearly $30M From US Fish And Wildlife Service

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri is getting $29.8 million from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for conservation efforts.

The money comes from taxes on the sale of sporting firearms, ammunition, archery and fishing equipment, electric boat motors and motorboat fuel.

The Missouri Department of Conservation uses the annual allotment for several programs, including elk restoration, deer collaring and an angler education program that provides free classes.

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