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St. Louis Arch Delta Waterfowl to Host “Duckapalooza” on August 15

 Delta Waterfowl Foundation St. Louis Arch Chapter 2015 Duckapalooza  The Ultimate Drake & Hen Fundraising Social "Bring the Whole Brood" The St. Louis Arch Chapter of the Delta Waterfowl Foundation will hold their 2015 Duckapalooza on Saturday, August 15 at the Cardinal Rigali Center, in the Fleur de Lis Room, located at 20 Archbishop May Dr, St. Louis, MO. The Banquet Committee is working very hard to make this years…
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Missouri High School Fishing Bulletin

Missouri High School Fishing Bulletin
We had a very productive meeting with Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) official Harvey Richards about the MSHSAA stance on high school bass fishing as an emerging activity. Attending the meeting were Mike Eutsler of Lew’s Fishing, Missouri B.A.S.S. Nation Vice President John Blankenbeker, MO B.A.S.S. Youth Director Susan Eagan, Republic High School bass fishing coach Jim Huson, Mike Webb and JP Sell…
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The Missouri Corn Merchandising Council joins CFM as a Business Alliance

The Conservation Federation of Missouri welcomes the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council as a Platinum Level Business Alliance member.   Photo: Gary Marshall, Missouri Corn Merchandising Council CEO, accepts the granite display that Platinum Level Business Alliance members receive for their membership. (From left: Brandon Butler, Gary Marshall and Rehan Nana) Missouri Corn is headquartered in Jefferson City, Missouri. The organization consists of corn growers invested in developing and expanding…
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Scholarship Opportunities for Students

The Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers (AGLOW) is offering two $1,000 scholarships for the fall academic term of 2015. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible, but must be working towards a degree in outdoor communications. The ideal candidate will be interested in the outdoors with the goal of becoming a professional outdoor communicator. They should possess a high degree of talent and be knowledgable…
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July Issue of Missouri Wildlife Now Available Online

Don't wait for the mail. Read the latest issue of Missouri Wildlife online now. Visit our website here to read the digital version. Inside this issue, you will find... A Leo A. Drey biography A Missouri teen awarded top honors in a national birding competition An in depth look at Anita Gorman and her conservation accomplishments Become a CFM member and receive 6 issues of our magazine,…
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CFM Partners with Yonder

The Yonder App helps Missourians find new outdoor experiences around the state.  CFM has launched a new section on our website. The home page now hosts a map of Missouri showing outdoor experiences in a specific area. The map is courtesy of  Yonder, an application CFM has partnered with. Yonder is a social media application that allows outdoor enthusiasts to post photos of their adventures. The unique aspect of…
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Nature-loving philanthropist Leo A. Drey leaves a legacy of protected Ozark land

For more than 60 years, Leo A. Drey worked to transform cut-over Ozark land to productive, beautiful forests and woodlands, open for hiking and public enjoyment. His work also included seeking out some of Missouri's most important landmarks ­both cultural and natural ­ and making them available for generations to come. Drey died peacefully May 26 at his home in St. Louis. He was 98.…
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24 Hours Left for the Online Auction

Don't miss out on your chance to bid online for our Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City auction. We have numerous hunts, gear and more up for a pre-auction.   Looking for a great hunting trip this fall? Bid on the Heartland Hunt and Silo Stay. You and a guest will stay in Deputy Director Rehan Nana's renovated silo and enjoy two full days of archery…
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