Department of Conservation

P.O. Box 180
Jefferson City, MO 65102



Sara Parker Pauley

Jennifer Frazier

Custodian of Records

573-522-4115 Ext. 3522


Established in 1937 to manage the state's fish, forest and wildlife resources. The department issues hunting, trapping and fishing permits and manages more than 975,000 acres of land across the state. The department is headed by the four -member conservation commission, which appoints a department director. The department gets its revenue from hunting and fishing permit sales and a one-eighth of one percent sales tax. The department's activities include outreach and education, conservation and research.

Data Sets

Atlas Database

Establish a way for the public to easily obtain information about features and activities available on department areas....

Managed Hunt Application

Environmental protection, Natural resources, Recreation and tourism
The Managed Hunt Application allows users to register for a managed deer or turkey hunt, login to edit their registration info, and confirm whether they were selected....

Telecheck Application

Natural resources, Recreation and tourism, Environmental protection
People can go online to check in harvested animals....

WaterFowl Daily Draw

Natural resources, Recreation and tourism
Keeps track of drawings for people to use the department's blinds while hunting waterfowl. The drawing is done through a telephone system in which people can call in and find...

Publications Request

Business and commerce, Education
This is a SharePoint Infopath Request application.  Data is in SharePoint SQL Server. Replaced with Innotas...

Hunter Education Application

Education, Natural resources
Hunter Education Application...

Fire Reporting

Environmental protection, Public safety and corrections, Natural resources
App to record information about fires (Internal and External)...

Commercial Permits

Business and commerce, Government, Natural resources, Environmental protection
Information about professionals in the state who work with wildlife, such as commercial anglers or taxidermists. They must have permits to work with wildlife in their line of work....


Environmental protection, Laws and regulations, Natural resources
Biotics 5 is an integrated, web-enabled platform for tabular and spatial data management. Used by the NatureServe Network, the system provides built-in support for our shared methodology and data standards....

Ag Crop Application

Agriculture and food production, Environmental protection, Natural resources
Tracks agriculture on our lands - permits and permitees as well as crops. Written in a number of languages by Steve Fluker. Tracks lands we lease to people who farm...