The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization founded in 1997 to advance conservation and the appreciation of Missouri’s natural resources, including fish, forest and wildlife. We work with donors and conservation partners to financially support the mission and priorities of the Missouri Department of Conservation at the state, national and international level.
We invest in everything from migratory bird programs to youth, disabled youth and veterans hunting and fishing events to endangered species habitat protection. We support the state’s nature centers, as well as hiking and wildlife viewing activities – anything that allows people to enjoy the outdoors in both urban and rural areas. More than $25 million has been raised the last 25 years to invest in these conservation and outdoors-related projects large and small.
We are devoted to supporting and raising funds for the following areas:
– Youth/disabled youth hunting, fishing, archery and outdoor skills programs
– Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program (MoNASP)
– Clean water
– Migratory birds
– Discover Nature Camps
– Pollinator/Monarch and other wildlife habitats
– Veterans/disabled veterans hunting and fishing programs
– Land banks/conservation easement for endangered species/species of concern
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At the Child Advocacy Center, our mission is twofold – serving the needs of abused and neglected children in South Central Missouri and providing education to break abuse cycles and ultimately prevent child abuse in our region. As a satellite Child Advocacy Center, we serve families in Douglas, Howell, Oregon, Ozark, Texas, Wright, and Shannon Counties. Read more...