Community Events

Interested in kayaking?

The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA) sponsors Kayak MeetUps on the second Saturday of each of the summer months at Ha Ha Tonka State Park. Many members of the Lake of the Ozarks Chapter of the Missouri Master Naturalist program volunteer to help staff these outings.

The location is to the left of the spring parking lot, near the shelter house right on the water at the new kayak steps.

Saturday September 13 - 8:30 a.m. to noon

This will be the last one of 2014. It will be followed by a potluck picnic. Bring a lawn chair, covered dish and your choice of beverages.

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Camdenton Farmers Market Booth

The Lake of the Ozarks chapter of the Missouri Master Naturalist program sponsors an educational booth at the Camdenton Farmers Market every 3rd Saturday in the summer. The Market is on Saturdays, May through October, from 7:00 AM until 12-Noon at the intersection of Hwys. 5 & 54 by the courthouse.

Saturday September 20 -

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Conservation KidsClub

Four club meetings on the fourth Saturday of the month from 1-4 for FREE! Exploring conservation, Missouri Wildlife, and having Fun outdoors for 3-5th graders of the greater lake area! All meetings to be held at the Conservation Office - Camdenton Thunder Mountain location.

Saturday September 27th 1-4pm

Saturday November 22nd 1-4 pm

Saturday February 28th 1-4pm

Saturday April 25th 1-4pm

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We perform volunteer service and offer opportunities for educational training in the Lake of the Ozarks area. Our members share a common interest in learning about the natural world and in helping to protect, preserve, and restore Missouri's natural heritage. Learn more about us here

Chapter meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 P.M. in the downstairs meeting room at the Central Bank building in Camdenton. Visitors are welcome.

Summer Newsletter 2014

What's New?

Kayak Meetup - Photos

Several of our chapter members are hard at work developing a new "river trail" in conjuction with our partners on the project Ameren UE and Ha Ha Tonka State Park. View the work in progress here:

Big Niangua River Trail (map)

A Butterfly Habitat Garden service project has been approved. Find out more here: Butterfly Habitat Project

Summer Social 2014 Photos

Individuals interested in learning more about this program, or participating in future offerings can contact Jodi Moulder at the Camdenton MDC office – Ph: 573-346-2210, or Jackie Rasmussen at the Camden County MU Extension office – Ph: 573-346-2644.

2014 Service Pin