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judd.slivka
June 17, 2011
This doesn't really qualify as an "Ask the expert," but it's kind of cool and this seemed like a good place to put it...
judd.slivka
April 13, 2011
 By Tom Uhlenbrock Missouri State Parks  A little magic is happening in Missouri’s woods. The show will go on through much of April. After a seemingly endless winter, the sun shining through the leafless trees is warming the forest floor, causing spring wildflowers to awaken. Like little jewels, they poke through the leaf litter and dot the drab landscape with bouquets of white, yellow, pink and blue.
judd.slivka
March 16, 2011
Just what are the most popular campsites at some of our most popular parks? Glad you asked... 1. Campsite 10 E at Babler State Park
tom.uhlenbrock
April 27, 2010
MIDDLEBROOK – A billion years of erosion sculpted the beauty that made Johnson’s Shut-Ins a popular state park. A manmade catastrophe altered the landscape in a matter of minutes. In the early morning hours of Dec. 14, 2005, the AmerenUE Taum Sauk Reservoir, perched on the top of Profitt Mountain overlooking the park, breached, releasing 1.3 billion gallons of water that swept through the valley.