Jackson County conservation agent walking in father’s MDC footsteps

LOCKWOOD, Mo. – “Like father, like son” is a saying that has special meaning to Jeremy Edwards and his son, Jobe.

Enforcing the fish, forest, and wildlife regulations of Missouri is a family vocation for the Edwards family. 

One of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) newest conservation agents – Jobe Edwards in Jackson County – is following in the footsteps of his father, Cpl. Jeremy Edwards. 

The elder Edwards has been a conservation agent for eight years – the last seven in Dade County. Jobe’s conservation agent career is much shorter – he graduated from MDC’s Conservation Agent Academy in October 2023.

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