Conservation Day at the Capitol Quickly Approaching
What: Conservation Day at the Capitol
Where: Missouri State Capitol
Date: April 2, 2015
Time: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join CFM for the inaugural Conservation Day at the Capitol on April 2, 2015.
This event has been designed to bring conservationists from across Missouri to the Capitol for a day of promoting and supporting our natural resources and outdoor heritage.
The entire 3rd floor Rotunda will be filled with booths hosted by conservation organizations. These include:
- Hunting Works for Missouri
- Katy Land Trust
- Missouri Bird Conservation Initiative
- Missouri Chapter of the Wildlife Society
- Missouri Coalition for the Environment
- Missouri Collegiate Conservation Alliance
- Missouri Delta Waterfowl
- Missouri Ducks Unlimited
- Missouri National Wild Turkey Federation
- Missouri Outdoor Communicators
- Missouri Park and Recreation Association
- Missouri Parks Association
- Missouri Prairie Foundation
- Missouri River Bird Observatory
- Missouri Smallmouth Alliance
- Missouri Trappers Association
- Missouri Whitetails Unlimited
- Ozark Regional Land Trust
- Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation
- Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever
- Quality Deer Management Association
- Renew Missouri
- Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
- Stream Teams
This event is for educational and informative purposes. We hope citizens and legislators tour the affiliate booths to learn about the diverse outdoor passions of Missourians. Citizens may meet with their legislators and thank them for protecting conservation in Missouri.
College students from the Missouri Collegiate Conservation Alliance (MCCA) are working hard to ensure a large student presence for the event. Over 200 students will be joining us from the University of Missouri alone. MCCA is organizing buses, to transport hundreds of students to the Capitol from numerous schools across the state. Contact us to organize a bus from your campus.
For more information, visit the event page here.