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Missouri Resources Magazine in order of issue date
(Prior to Winter/Spring 1994 the Department of Natural Resources magazine was called Missouri Resource Review.)

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Winter 99-2000 - Vol. 16, No. 4

Front Cover: Creek flowing through heavy snow
Back Cover: Icicles at Rock Bridge State Park

Director's Comments: Mahfood - DNR's Y2K readiness

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll:

Environmental Notes: Caulk Talk (Tips on where to caulk)

Resources to Explore: First State Capitol State Historic Site Klostermeier (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Deal of the Century" (DGLS Trading Cards) Weaver (DGLS)

One Last Word: "Bootheel Politics, Frontier Style" Weaver (DGLS)


Fall 1999 - Vol. 16, No. 3

Front Cover: Bright sunrise turning sky orange
Back Cover: Windmill located in a fenced pasture setting

Director's Comments: Mahfood - Energy and environment - creation of the Missouri Energy Center

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Sedalia Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Team

Environmental Notes: New Fridge Cools Cost (Buying tips for energy efficient refrigerators)

Resources to Explore: Cuivre River State Park Schuette (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Teaching Environmental Topics Encourages Independent Thinking" Schneider (DEQ)

One Last Word: "St. Francois Mountains: Aging Gracefully" Weaver (DGLS)


Summer 1999 - Vol. 16, No. 2

Front Cover - Aerial photo of contour farming
Back Cover - Early morning fog settles on sloping hills and pasture of Miller County

Director's Comments: Mahfood - DNR's "green building" is cooperative effort that will be state prototype

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Jerry Vineyard, former Assistant State Geologist

Environmental Notes: Watertight Savings for Summer (Water needs without waste)

Resources to Explore: Trail of Tears State Park Dowling (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Re-Source Your Trash" Lubbers (DEQ)

One Last Word: "Missouri Enterprise" Seeney (EIERA)


Spring 1999 - Vol. 16, No. 1

Wraparound cover - Clouds

Director's Comments: Mahfood - High-profile activities - Enhanced Inspection and Maintenance, Impaired Waters List, Water Pollution Control Fees

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: DNR Waste Tire to Energy Team, Teacher Herb Turner of Waynesville Middle School

Environmental Notes: Spring (Green) Cleaning (Recipes for environmentally safe cleaning)

Resources to Explore: Mark Twain State Park and State Historic Site Huffman and Hesse (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Are We Net Worthy? You be the Judge" Brogdon (DAS)

One Last Word: "Earth's Day to Shine" Brogdon (DAS)


Winter 1998-99 - Vol. 15, No. 4

Front cover - Waters of the Black River flowing over rocks
Back cover - A blanket of snow covering the shoreline at Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Director's Comments: Mahfood - Retrospective of first year as DNR director

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: ExploraVision Team from John Burroughs School, Chad Pregracke (Led cleanup of Mississippi River)

Environmental Notes: Home Cookin' (Energy efficiency in the kitchen)

Resources to Explore: Knob Noster State Park Ramsey (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Dawn of the Envirothon" Beydler (DEQ)

One Last Word: "DNR Expands Regional Accessibility" (Opening of additional regional and satellite offices) Patterson (DEQ)


Fall 1998 - Vol. 15, No. 3

Front Cover - View from inside Burfordville Covered Bridge at Bollinger Mill SHS
Back Cover - Close-up of Carolina buckthorn's leaves and berries

Director's Comments: Mahfood - Proactive water quality protection

Features:

News Briefs:

Top Spots: (For camping) Taum Sauk Mountain State Park, Hawn State Park, Cuivre River State Park, Wallace State Park, Truman State Park, Thousand Hills State Park, Lake Wappapello State Park (DSP)

Resource Honor Roll: Dwight Weaver, Penny Holtzmann

Environmental Notes: Turning Over an Old Leaf (Using leaves as mulch or compost)

Resources to Explore: Bollinger Mill State Historic Site Smoot (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Environmental Education: The Filling for the Pie" Pitts (Reasons to include the environment with existing school curricula) (DEQ)

One Last Word: "Deposits of Beauty" (Missouri's gemstones) Weaver (DGLS)


Summer 1998 - Vol. 15, No. 2

Front Cover - Sailboats moored at Stockton State Park marina
Back Cover - Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge opening

Director's Comments: Mahfood - Update on new environmental legislation

Features:

News Briefs:

Top Stops: (Summer Fun) Passport Program, Sam A. Baker, Bike to the State Fair, Nathan Boone Homestead, Horseback Trails, Towosahgy, Battle of Pilot Knob, Felix Valle (DSP)

Resource Honor Roll: Chris Perkins, Everett Williams

Environmental Notes: Window to Savings (Energy-efficient windows) (DE)

Resources to Explore: Truman, Pomme de Terre, Stockton state parks Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "3-DNR" Beydler (3-D photos of DNR sites, events) (DEQ)

One Last Word: "You Can Take a Bike to Japan" Brogdon (EIERA) (DE)


Spring 1998 - Vol. 15, No. 1

Front Cover - Stream running from Green's Cave, Meramec State Park
Back Cover - Close-up of Michigan Lily, St. Francois State Park

Director's Comments: Mahfood - Introduction, resume

Features:

News Briefs:

Top Stops: (Fishing) Bennett Spring, Montauk, Roaring River, Pomme de Terre, Lake of the Ozarks, Big Lake, Meramec, Onondaga, Robertsville, Castlewood (DSP)

Resource Honor Roll:

Environmental Notes: Loads of Energy Savings (Clothes dryer efficiency tips) (DE)

Resources to Explore: "St. Francois State Park" Blum (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Trash Test" Schneider (Report card for waste management practices in schools)

One Last Word: "Ride of the Decade" Holst (Cycle Across Missouri Parks - CAMP) (DSP)


Winter 1997-98 - Vol. 14, No. 4

Front Cover - Snow-covered picnic area, Lake Ozark State Park
Back Cover - Snow-plow truck clears park road

Director's Comments: Shorr - Departure statement

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Breakdown of FY1998 Operating Budget for Missouri

Top Spots: (Eagle-watching) Roaring River, Trail of Tears, Montauk, Stockton, Big Lake, Katy Trail (DSP)

Resource Honor Roll: Finke, Buschjost

Reusables: Old tractor tires used for gardening beds, George Sherman

Resources to Explore: Battle of Lexington State Historic Site White (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Greeting the Environment" Seeney (1996 Environmental Greeting Card contest) (DEQ)

One Last Word: "Gold for a Fool's Pocket" Weaver (Fool's gold - pyrite) (DGLS)


Fall 1997 -Vol. 14, No. 3

Front Cover - Cornfield in early morning light
Back Cover - Same (wrap-around)

Director's Comment: Shorr - Control of Missouri River water

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Energy Savers on the Road to Fall Color (Driving tips) (DE)

Top Stops: (Backpacking) Ha Ha Tonka, Hawn, Sam A. Baker, Johnson's Shut-Ins, Taum Sauk Mountain, Trail of Tears, Cuivre River, Prairie

Resource Honor Roll: Ron Sheeley; Alan Reinkemeyer

Resources to Explore: Weston Bend, Lewis and Clark, and Big Lake Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Aunt Belle's Spring" Pitts (Field trips to streams or rivers)

One Last Word: "Fossilized Imagination" Weaver (Fossils and Pseudofossils) (DGLS)


Summer 1997 - Vol. 14, No. 2

Front Cover - Boat on Lake Ozark at sunset
Back Cover - Interior, Washington Chapel C.M.E. Church, Parkville

Director's Comment: Shorr - Federal regulations compared to state regulations

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Cool Your Costs (Air conditioning tips)

Top Stops: (Lesser known parks) Grand Gulf, Bothwell Lodge, Graham Cave, Prairie, Dillard Mill, Rock Bridge, Battle of Athens, Mastodon

Resource Honor Roll: Don Kerns; Tom Nagel

Reusables: Bird feeders made from coffee cans, Mary Milner

Resources to Explore: "Equestrian Trails" Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Meet the MEEA" Schneider (Overview of the Missouri Environmental Education Association)

One Last Word: "Naming Hidden Places" Weaver (Missouri's legacy of cave names)


Spring 1997 - Vol. 14, No. 1

Front Cover - Big Spring, Carter County
Back Cover - Close-up of moss, Graham Cave State Park

Director's Comment: Shorr - Floods, drought, Missouri River water control

Features:

Top Stops: (Natural Areas) Prairie, Taum Sauk Mountain, Ha Ha Tonka, Big Oak Tree, Trail of Tears, Hawn, Elephant Rocks, Onondaga (DSP)

News Briefs:

Reusables: Motorcycle trailer made from refrigerator, Mike Giaraffa

Resource Honor Roll: Bill Guinther; 1996 Greater Kansas City Marathon and 10K

Resources to Explore: Fort Davidson State Historic Site Roggensees (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Missouri Since the Louisiana Purchase" Hansen (Environmental changes since the early 1800s)

One Last Word: "New Sod Taking Root" Seeney (Growing sod on compost beds) (EIERA)


Winter 1996-97 -Vol. 13, No. 4

Front Cover - Mastodon skeleton replica
Back Cover - Rocks frozen in ice in creek

Director's Comment: Shorr - Parks and Soils sales tax approval, wastewater system improvements

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Tips for Efficient Winter Heating (DE)

Top Stops: (Historic site tours) Watkins Woolen Mill, First Missouri State Capitol, Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio, Scott Joplin House, Battle of Lexington, Missouri Mines, Bollinger Mill

Resource Honor Roll: Military Order of World Wars, Mark Belwood

Reusables: Tractor tire watering trough, Brad Berhorst

Resources to Explore: Wallace State Park Danis-Gordon (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Sewage Meets Science" Pitts (Teaching students about wastewater treatment)

One Last Word: "Saving Historic Courthouses" Grace (Challenges facing Missouri's historic courthouses) (DSP)


Fall 1996 -Vol. 13, No. 3

Front Cover - Old Route 66 bridge over Big Piney River
Back Cover - Four-lane section of Route 66 near Devil's Elbow

Director's Comment: Shorr - Summer tour of state parks and historic sites

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: "Lighten Up" on Home Energy Use (Compact fluorescent light bulbs) (DE)

Top Stops: (Fall color) Babler, Prairie, Graham Cave, Katy Trail, Pershing, Roaring River, Crowder, Hawn (DSP)

Resource Honor Roll: Leonard Weber; Mo. DOT workers

Reusables: Bluebird house from old license plates, Scott McDowell

Resources to Explore: Arrow Rock State Historic Site Dickey (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "The Show-Me Standards" Schneider (Overview of the Outstanding Schools Act of 1993, and the Show-Me Standards)

One Last Word: "Listening to the Land" Simms (Soil surveys and how they can be used) (DEQ)


Summer 1996 - Vol. 13, No. 2

Front Cover - Field of sunflowers near Hartsburg
Back Cover - Same (wrap-around)

Director's Comment: Shorr - State park user survey, improvements

Features:

Top Stops: Elephant Rocks, Katy Trail, Onondaga, Meramec, Johnson's Shut-Ins, Sam A. Baker, Lake of the Ozarks, Arrow Rock (DSP)

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Missouri Wetland Slowly Gaining Ground

Resources to Explore: Hawn State Park Blum (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Expanding the Classroom" Hansen (Environmental education field trips)

One Last Word: "Cornerstones" Westmoreland (The history of cornerstones in public buildings) (DSP)


Spring 1996 - Vol. 13, No. 1

Front Cover - Devil's Honeycomb, Washington County
Back Cover - Fishermen at Bennett Spring State Park

Director's Comment: Shorr - Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO)

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: Average Annual Surface Temperature of the Earth, 1855-1995

Reusables: Barbecue grill, bird feeder (Hentges)

Resource Honor Roll: Lake Ozark State Park employees; Jeanne Cavendar

Resources to Explore: Battle of Lexington State Historic Site Fuller (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Water World: Project WET Proves a Splashing Success" Pitts (Water Education for Teachers curriculum and activity guide)

One Last Word: "Mountains of Debate" Weaver (Defining mountains) (DGLS)


Winter 1995-96 - Vol. 12, No.4

Front Cover - Leafless trees at sunrise
Back Cover - Snow scene with creek

Director's Comment: Shorr - Times Beach, dioxin sites in Missouri, Superfund

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Jonathan Beard, Michael Beckett

Resources to Explore: "Passport Program" Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Science Fairs Vs. the Volcano" Hansen (Suggestions for environmental projects for science fairs)

One Last Word: "From Mountaintop to Swamp" Weaver (Missouri's highest and lowest points) (DGLS)


Fall 1995 - Vol. 12, No. 3

Front Cover - Katy Trail tunnel at Rocheport
Back Cover - Historic barn near Jefferson City (Dulle Farmstead)

Director's Comment: Shorr - Air quality in St. Louis and Kansas City, pesticides in drinking water, landfill permit applications, water pollution, federal budget

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Steve Adams, Wally Miller and Ozark Correctional Center Drug Treatment Program; Marina Cofer-Wildsmith

Reusables: Charcoal lighter made from coffee cans

Resources to Explore: Big Oak Tree State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Earth's Thirty-Year Checkup" Schneider (Global climate change)

One Last Word:"Water Towers: Skyline Landmarks" Weaver (DEQ)


Summer 1995 - Vol. 12. No. 2

Front Cover -Sunlight through trees
Back Cover - Same (wrap-around)

Director's Comment: Shorr - State parks, Parks and Soils sales tax

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Neil Andre, Dana Foster

Resources to Explore: Felix Valle House State Historic Site Baker (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Monitoring Migrating Monarchs" Pitts (Observing the migration of the monarch butterfly)

One Last Word: "Between a Rock and a Fossil" Weaver (Missouri's state mineral, state rock, and state fossil) (DGLS)


Spring 1995 - Vol. 12, No. 1

Front Cover - Dogwood trees in forest
Back cover - Same (wrap-around)

Director's Comment: Shorr - Scenic byways in Missouri

Features:

News Briefs:

Environmental Notes: White Styrofoam Won't Float at Lake of the Ozarks Anymore

Resource Honor Roll: John Morris, Bud Melton, David Hitsman

Resources to Explore: Wakonda State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Journals: Not just for the record" Hansen (Keeping an environmental journal)

One Last Word: "The Natural(ist)" Scott (Naturalist programs in state parks) (DSP)


Winter 1994-95 - Vol. 11, No. 4

Front Cover - Children on playground made from shredded tires
Back Cover - Late fall photo along Cedar Creek

Director's Comment: Shorr - DNR subject to its own regulations

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: Bill Lay, Sara Cox, Jessie Taylor, Art Hebrank, Pat Jones

Reusables: Charcoal lighter made from coffee cans (Hentges)

Resources to Explore: "Winter Wonderlands" Holst (Winter activities in state parks) (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Missouri Project Learning Tree" Pitts (Hands-on curriculum activities for teachers)

One Last Word: "Missourians Tap DNR's Resources" Westmoreland (DNR's Technical Assistance Program) (DEQ)


Fall 1994 - Vol. 11, No. 3 (20th anniversary issue)

Front Cover - Log in forest of colorful sugar maples
Back Cover - Sheer rock face of granite at quarry

Director's Comment: Shorr - 20th anniversary, accomplishments

Features:

News Briefs:

Resource Honor Roll: MEMC Electronic Materials, Unitog Rental Services, Wright County SWCD,
Kathy Weinsaft

Resources to Explore: Finger Lakes State Park Donze (DSP)

(No Teacher's Notebook or One Last Word in this issue)


Summer 1994 - Vol. II, No. 2

Front Cover - Onondaga Cave
Back Cover - Same (wrap-around)

Director's Comment: Shorr - Spring and summer in state parks, flood damage

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Onondaga Cave State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Environmental Literacy 101" (Public awareness of environmental issues)

One Last Word: "Dandelion Madness" (To use pesticides or not)


Winter/Spring 1994 - Vol. 11, No. 1

Front Cover - Hikers on Ozark Trail overlooking Current River
Back Cover - Tree frog on leaf

Director's Comment: Shorr - Air quality in Kansas City and St. Louis

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: "The Ozark Trail" Schnack (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Students Cut Pollution as Play-Doh Workers" Shannon (Environmental role-playing using Play-Doh or clay in the classroom)

One Last Word: "Bicycle Suitability Map" Donze (Map showing Missouri roads and highways suitable for bicycling) (DSP)


Fall 1993 - Vol. 10, No. 3

Front Cover - Flood of 1993, aerial of Jefferson City area
Back Cover - Exterior of Dillard Mill State Historic Site

Director's Comment: Shorr - Flood of 1993

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Dillard Mill State Historic Site Comer (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Vermicomposting: Innovative Kitchen Help" Hansen (Composting with worms)

One Last Word:"New Signals Make Light Work" Scott (Computerized traffic signals contribute to energy conservation) (DE)


Summer 1993 - Vol. 10, No. 2

Front Cover - Battle of Pilot Knob Reenactment
Back Cover -
Scenic view from Taum Sauk Mountain

Director's Comment:
Shorr - Energy-efficient transportation, alternative fuels

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Taum Sauk Mountain State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "All Sewers are Alike - Right?" Schneider (Keeping pollutants out of storm drains)

One Last Word: "Colors Conserved" Fast (Restoration of Civil War battle flags) (DSP)


Winter/Spring 1993 - Vol. 10, No. 1

Front Cover - Water flowing over rocks at Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park
Back Cover -
Small creek with snow

Director's Comment: Shorr - DNR mission and a pledge

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Deutschheim State Historic Site Renn (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Diatoms: The Glass Menagerie" Pitts (The study of microscopic diatoms)

One Last Word: "Time Traveling Across Missouri" Vineyard (Promotion of book, "Missouri Landscapes: A Tour Through Time" (DGLS)


Fall 1992 - Vol. 9, No. 2

Front Cover - Close-up of yellow coneflowers
Back Cover -
Rock ledge in stream at Graham Cave State Park

Director's Comment: Kucera - soil erosion in Missouri

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Graham Cave State Park Grantham (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook:"Acid Precipitation" Schneider (Explanation of acid precipitation)

One Last Word:"Exploring Missouri's Legacy: State Parks and Historic Sites" Flader Promotion of book) (DSP)


Summer 1992 - Vol. 9, No. 1

Front Cover - Castle at Ha Ha Tonka State Park
Back Cover -
Close-up of player piano at Scott Joplin State Historic Site

Director's Comment: Mehan - Cost-benefit analysis versus "Zero-Discharge" pollution control

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Scott Joplin House State Historic Site Bridges (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Living Resource Files in Missouri State Parks" Schneider (State Parks and Historic Sites as environmental education resources)

One Last Word:"Cuivre River State Park Nature Photography Contest" Decker (Announcement of photo contest) (DSP)


Fall 1991 - Vol. 8, No. 3

Front Cover - Autumn leaves in stream
Back Cover - Interior of library room at Bothwell State Park

Director's Comment: Mehan -Threats to state parks

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Bothwell State Park Czech (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "The Unique Properties of Freshwater" Schneider (Overview of water)

One Last Word: "Missouri's Geologic Wonders and Curiosities" Weaver (Promotion for book) (DGLS)


Summer 1991 - Vol. 8, No. 2

Front Cover - Decaying building at Weldon Spring
Back Cover - Raeder Building, St. Louis

Director's Comment: Mehan - Environmental fees and taxes

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Hunter-Dawson House State Historic Site Scott (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Rocks, Minerals, and the MMATs (Missouri Mastery and Achievement Tests)" Schneider (Geological resources for teachers)

One Last Word:"Missouri Takes Trash Seriously" Orr (Senate Bill 530 - items banned from landfills (DEQ)


Winter/Spring 1991 - Vol. 8, No. 1

Front Cover - Turkey portrait
Back Cover - Rushing water at Bennett Spring State Park

Director's Comment: Mehan - Soil erosion, "T by 2000"

Features:

News Briefs:

Resources to Explore: Grand Gulf State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Spear Points and Petroglyphs" Schneider (Archaeology in the classroom)

One Last Word: "Wildflower Masterpieces" Mullikin, Holst (Spring wildflower workshops in state parks) (DSP)


Fall 1990 - Vol. 7, No. 3

Front Cover - Cedar tree at Ha Ha Tonka overlook
Back Cover - Natural bridge at Rock Bridge State Park

Director's Comment: Mehan - Recycling and market development

News Briefs:

Features:
"Putting the Cycle in Recycling" Scott (Manufacturers using recycled materials) (DEQ)
"New Life for Old Buildings" Blackwell (Historic Preservation Revolving Fund) (DSP)
"Constructed Wetlands: Cleansing Wastewater Nature's Way" Weaver (Using wetlands to treat wastewater) (DEQ)
"Roots of Renewal" Forbis (Operation TREE overview)

Resources to Explore: Rock Bridge Memorial State Park Moberly (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook:"Hazardous Substance Disposal for Schools" Schneider (How schools can properly dispose of hazardous materials)

One Last Word:"Trash to Treasure" Seeney (Recycled materials for school projects) (EIERA)


Summer 1990 - Vol. 7, No. 2
Front Cover -
Angel's Showers, Ozark Caverns
Back Cover -
Camper at sunset, Lake Ozark State Park

Director's Comment: Mehan - State park mission, KATY trail acquisition

News Briefs:

Features:

Profile: "Tiny Organisms Offer Critical Clues" Randolph (Micro-organisms as water quality indicators) (DEQ)

Resources to Explore: Battle of Athens State Historic Site Stepenoff (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook: "Outdoor Classrooms" Schneider (using outdoor areas for environmental ed.)

One Last Word: "Junior Naturalist" Rogers (Junior Naturalist program) (DSP)


Winter/Spring 1990 - Special Earth Day Issue

Front Cover - Photo collage superimposed on world map
Back Cover -
Winter scene on Blue Springs Creek, Miller County

Director's Comment: Mehan - 20th anniversary of Earth Day

News Briefs:

Features:

Resources to Explore: Meramec State Park Holst (DSP)

Teacher's Notebook:"Earth Day in the Classroom" Schneider (Teaching students about Earth Day)

One Last Word:"Rallying for TREEs" Holst (Operation TREE, Trees Renew Energy and Environment) (DSP)