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Shaw Nature Reserve

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Meet Jason...

Jason Villwock is the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC)’s new Resource Forester covering Jefferson County – including LaBarque Creek watershed, and is available to provide such assistance. If you have 10 acres of woods or more, Jason can come out and visit your property with you if you like. If you have less than 10 acres of woods, he is happy to visit with you over the phone or in person at his office at Rockwoods Reservation.  Jason can be reached at (636) 458-2236 x228.
Forest Management  By:Jason Villwock  -Oct 2012
Have you ever thought about what you would most like from your forest or woodland? Are you a hunter? Do you like to photograph birds and other wildlife? Do you just want a peaceful retreat? Do you want to cut some firewood or generate periodic income from your woods? Are you concerned about maintaining your woodland’s health.......Read more here!
Meet Kevin:

Kevin Meneau, Fisheries Management Biologist, Missouri Department of Conservation, has many facets to his position.  He is well known for his efforts to protect and promote healthy diversity of fish in Missouri lakes and streams.  Kevin has fostered relationships with corporations, communities and angler groups to teach parents and kids to appreciate and enjoy the outdoors by becoming life time anglers.

Although Kevin certainly could be considered a best friend to the fish in Missouri, he also has been a strong leader in the creation and completion of The La Barque Creek Conservation Plan.  He has generously shared the knowledge garnered in his 25 years with MDC to help the Friends of La Barque Creek Watershed and has been our greatest resource as we navigate our way through the watershed plan .  Kevin brought together many conservation type organizations, both private and public to assist in the process.

Kevin has and continues to encourage land acquisition and easement protection.  La Barque Creek Watershed now is home to around 4,000 acres of such property.