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Almost Time to Renew Your Membership?

Sign up TODAY to be part of the Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City event and get your one-year CFM membership renewed for free.  The regional event will kick-off with seminars at Bass Pro Shops in Independence on May 9 at 3 p.m. The seminar schedule can be found online here. Following the seminars will be a banquet and live and silent auctions, with the doors opening at 7:30 p.m.…
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FREE CFM Membership Renewal

Almost time to renew your membership?  Sign up TODAY to be part of the Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City  event and get your one-year CFM membership renewed for free.   The regional event will kick-off with seminars at Bass Pro Shops in Independence on May 9 at 3 p.m. The seminar schedule can be found online here. Following the seminars will be a banquet and live and silent auctions, with…
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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…
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City of Chesterfield to Host Earth Day Festival

Drive-Thru Recycling, Entertainment & Eco-Friendly Products & Information The Chesterfield Earth Day Festival is one of the region's largest Earth Day events and offers a convenient recycling drive-thru, eco-friendly and up-cycled products, information exhibits, plus cultural music and dance performances!The Chesterfield Citizens Committee for the Environment will host the Chesterfield Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 25from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at Chesterfield Mall, located at 291 Chesterfield…
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Esteemed CFM Conservation Awards Presented

The Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) recognizes conservationists throughout Missouri for their outstanding achievement and efforts for conservation throughout the year. Conserving our air, water, soil and wildlife resources is an ongoing challenge that requires a continuing commitment by all citizens. Many people have made outstanding personal efforts toward some aspect of conservation, either individually or as part of an organization. Through these awards CFM…
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Join CFM Tomorrow for Conservation Day at the Capitol

  What: Conservation Day at the Capitol Where: Missouri State Capitol Date: Thursday, April 2 Time: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. The day is almost here. Tomorrow is finally Conservation Day at the Capitol, and CFM is looking forward to meeting the students, citizens and legislators who are coming out to support conservation. The event will begin with The Morning Shag with Shags and Trevor (KCMQ 96.7) broadcasting live from 6 a.m.…
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State Rep. Nate Walker Defends Conservation

Missouri State Representative Nate Walker of the 3rd District (Kirksville) has published a strong statement in support of the Missouri Department of Conservation. Rep. Walker clearly understands the importance of conservation in Missouri and should be commended for his willingness to stand up for all of us who cherish forest fish and wildlife. Thank you, Representative Walker!   "IN THE ARENA"  3rd District Legislative Report By State Representative Nate Walker   Serving the Citizens…
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Conservation Day at the Capitol Organization Spotlights

What: Conservation Day at the Capitol Where: Missouri State Capitol Date: April 2, 2015 Time: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. CFM is gearing up for Conservation Day at the Capitol. More than 25 affiliate organizations are hosting booths filled with information and materials about their organization. The booths will be set up from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., so join us anytime throughout the day to learn more about these dedicated…
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Turkey Season Fast Approaching

Turkey Season Fast Approaching
It’s time to get serious about turkey hunting. By now, my neighbors are used to the strange sounds coming from my yard as I practice yelps, clucks, gobbles and kee-kees. The camouflage blind next to the house is something I’m sure they’re ready to see go away. To their undoubted delight, it’s moving to the turkey woods this weekend. I couldn’t be more excited. Missouri’s…
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