A reorganization of the State Department of Natural Resources has been announced. The key ingredient in the restructuring is the Department of Natural Resources helping Missourians in efforts to comply with environmental rules and regulations. DNR chief Doyle Childers says compliance assistance makes sense, adding Missourians should not be forced to jump through hoops to comply with the environmental process. And, there will be consolidation involving the Department’s five regional offices to keep DNR employees at work instead of driving to locations throughout the state. Childers says the Department must strike the proper balance between preservation of the state’s natural resources and the need to encourage economic growth.