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Summaries of project costs, locations, facility amenities and naming opportunities for the MU athletics facilities are available online.
The Department of Conservation releases statewide summaries regarding the yearly small game harvest to help estimate population totals and set hunting regulations.
Regulations outlining high school baseball and softball rules are available for those who wish to understand player limits and violations in the state.
The Audubon Society of Missouri collects annual and seasonal information about bird sightings and populations.
Data from the Department of Conservation give hunters an idea of where they have the highest chance of getting deer hunting permits granted.
Anglers can use data on the record sizes of fish caught as a benchmark and to set goals for future fishing trips.
In the third annual report to the Missouri Legislature, the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration outlines the progress in insurance coverage for autism treatment.
The City of Columbia publishes rental rates of its baseball and softball facilities, including information about their location.
AgriMissouri, an outreach program of the Department of Agriculture, provides a list of Missouri-grown agricultural products and resources throughout the state so Missouri residents can shop locally.
Get real-time weather data and view past weather records for Columbia.
Columbia Parks and Recreation keeps a record of the number of different parks, trails, outdoor park amenities, indoor recreation facilities and other park indoor buildings in Columbia.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education provides data on full-time student fees for undergraduate and graduate students at public four-year universities in the state of Missouri.
MU's Institutional Research office organized an index of Southeastern Conference universities' research websites.
This report provides specific guidelines about what can be recycled. It also reveals what happens to recyclables after they have been collected.
The Board of Education describes progress on multiple goals in Columbia schools. The schools are looking to achieve their goals by 2015, and this data can be used to measure their progress.
This report provides information about food insecurity on a county and state level. Data can be used to see the effectiveness of government programs and the state of food security throughout Missouri.
MU faculty broken down by year according to personal and professional demographics.
Census records of Boone County farms can shed light on the state of agriculture in the area. Information provided includes farm size, market value of products sold and the number of farms in Boone County.
Available data can be used to compare the average ACT score of individual districts to the state average.
Case.net records help people stay informed about who is committing what crimes, where they are being committed and prosecuted, and punishments that are given for crimes.