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Seminars to Showcase Kansas City’s Outdoor Opportunities

Open to the public, seminars to kick off CFM’s first regional event

 

Kansas City, Mo | April 16 – The Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) announced the speakers and seminar subjects for its inaugural regional event series. Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City will occur May 9 in Independence, Missouri at Bass Pro Shops and Stoney Creek Inn. 

The seminars will kick off the event at 3 p.m. at Bass Pro Shops. They are free and open to the public. There are multiple seminars on hunting, fishing, camping, bird watching and other outdoor opportunities in the Kansas City area. The seminars will run concurrently, and will repeat at 4 p.m.

Following the seminars at Bass Pro Shops, the event moves next door to Stoney Creek Inn for a celebration of conservation featuring dinner, entertainment, auctions and raffles. Brent Frazee, outdoor editor of the Kansas City Star, is the keynote speaker. Doors open for the banquet at 5:30 p.m. Registration for the banquet is required and may be completed on the CFM website.

Register today and you will receive a FREE CFM membership. Current CFM members will receive a one year membership renewal. 

“The Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City event represents Kansas Citians who enjoy the outdoors. Not only is it an opportunity for families and individuals to find out about more outdoor opportunities right in their backyards, it’s a chance to connect with a diverse group of individuals who all have a common interest of enjoying the outdoors,” said Rehan Nana, Deputy Director of the Conservation Federation of Missouri.

Register here: www.confedmo.org/kansas-city/

Please contact Rehan Nana, Deputy Director of CFM at RNana@confedmo.org or (573) 634-2322 with any questions or interview opportunities. Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

Founded in 1935, the Conservation Federation of Missouri acts as “The Voice for Missouri’s Outdoors,” representing 82 conservation organizations, 60 state and national businesses, and thousands of citizen conservationists on conservation and natural resource matters in Missouri. CFM is the Missouri affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation.

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