Dakota Ragsdale is proof that anyone can participate in archery. A junior at Miller High School in Miller, Mo., he wasn’t supposed to live for more than a few months. He has congenital heart defects and he had to use a feeding tube for much of his life due to complications from fetal alcohol syndrome. […]
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Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) has partnered with Charity Charge to bring you the MCHF World Mastercard®.
We’ve had an exciting and busy year full of administering and sponsoring projects that advance our common goal of protecting our state’s natural gifts and exposing more people to its natural beauty. Here are some examples: Green City Coalition Neighborhood Green Space Program connects St. Louis residents to nature through the strategic conversion of underutilized […]
Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day, this event allows kids to try many different activities with hands-on help from Missouri Department of Conservation staff and volunteers, including:
Each year, the National Lewis & Clark Conservation Awards recognize individuals and organizations that lead the charge for the appreciation and conservation of our natural resources in Missouri and beyond. Recipients of these awards represent leaders in business, philanthropy and conservation.
With its third annual National Lewis & Clark Conservation Awards ceremony September 22, 2018, the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) will recognize individuals and organizations that lead the charge for the appreciation and conservation of our natural resources in Missouri and beyond. Appropriately, the banquet will take place by the Missouri River, along Lewis and Clark’s route, at Missouri National Guard’s Ike Skelton Training Center in Jefferson City, Mo. at 6 p.m.
$1.3 million is now building monarch habitat in the Show Me state. Over the past 20 years, the North American monarch population has plunged from 1 billion to fewer than 60 million, due to many factors, including loss of critical habitat. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has awarded the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation […]
Sponsored by Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation, this annual event, slated for September 22, 2018, will honor individuals and organizations that have made a noteworthy impact on the spirit of conservation and conservation causes. The awards event will include a thematic dinner and ceremony. The location for the event will be released soon. Among other winners, this […]
Lina Belle Berrier shared her love of music by teaching voice at Stephens College, Columbia, for 30 years. On February 7, 2016, Mrs. Berrier passed away at her home at the age of 93. Her voice and influence lives on through her generosity. Mrs. Berrier teamed with her husband, Dr. Harry Berrier, deceased in 2013, […]
The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) Board of Directors unanimously approved the appointment of Kevin Roper as the Executive Director for the Foundation. Mr. Roper has worked the last 35 years in Memphis, Nashville and Washington D.C. in retail, healthcare and higher education, having previously served as the president of the Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare […]
MCHF Board met on August 17-18 at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area in Columbia, MO. . The following grants were approved by the Board, which cover a variety of projects around the state: Restoration of Pleasant Run Creek Prairie – $2,500; Cooley Lake Managed Waterfowl Hunt – $3,500; Perry County Community Lake Trail Boardwalk – $2,000; Shoal […]