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CFM Legacy Auction During Awards Ceremony

Al Vogt is passionate about engaging youth. So passionate that he donated his collection of guns to be auctioned off during the Legacy Auction on Friday, March 8th during the Awards Ceremony at the CFM Annual Convention. Social hour starts at 6:30 and the ceremony begins at 7:30. Join us and support our youth programs. No registration is required. 

A message from Al Vogt:

I am delighted about CFM’s focused programs to engage next generations of youth in the awareness and involvement in the conservation of our natural resources consistent with its Mission. 

That is why I am excited about donating my family collection of sporting guns and display cabinet for the Legacy Auction.
The proceeds from your generous bidding will be dedicated to specifically support CFM’s youth programs including the Conservation Leadership Corps (CLC) and the Missouri Collegiate Conservation Alliance (MCCA).

I hope those of you who bid high enough to take part–or all–of the collection home with you will both enjoy and use them to enhance your outdoor experiences with your children or grandkids. 

Thank you for making this so easy for me!  REMEMBER TO BID HIGH —  SUPPORT OUR YOUTH!!!

Al has been an important part of the Conservation Federation of Missouri over the years. He was the President of CFM from 2014-2016 and directed the revision of CFM’s Strategic plan in 2016. 

Al also led the initiation of CFM’s Conservation Leadership Corps (CLC) in 2002. Al Vogt and Diana Mulick received a proclamation from former Missouri Governor Nixon recognizing them for outstanding work and congratulations on the 10th anniversary of the CLC. He has received numerous other awards including both the Outstanding Achievement in Conservation Education Award and title of “Master Conservationist” from the Missouri Department of Conservation. He also received the 2004 Educator of the Year Award from the Conservation Federation of Missouri. He worked in higher education throughout his career from 1965 – 2003. He is Director Emeritus of the School of Natural Resources and Professor Emeritus of Forestry from the College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources from the University of Missouri. 

CFM is very grateful for Al’s dedication and passion to youth as well as his generous contribution. Al’s guns that will be auctioned off are listed below. 

If you haven’t already, register for the entire CFM convention and the banquet HERE

Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun, 20 gauge, Full choke
Browning A-5 Shotgun, Belgium made, 12 gauge
Remington Model 11, 20 gauge, Polychoke
Winchester Model 94, 30-30 Caliber
Winchester Model 61, Pump Rifle, .22 Rimfire

Contact Tyler Schwartze at tschwartze@confedmo.org or 573-634-2322 for more information. 

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