Thank you to everyone from across Missouri who came together at the Capitol to promote and support our natural resources and outdoor heritage. Citizens and legislators alike toured our affiliate’s booths to learn about the diverse outdoor passions of Missourians. We also recognized our Legislators of the Year for their work protecting our outdoors during legislative session.
The Morning Shag with Shags and Trevor of KCMQ 96.7 Columbia broadcasted life from the event. Recordings are available at the button below.
There are many advocacy measures you can take today!
Here are actions you can take for legislators to hear your voice:
Join and engage with CFM’s Legislative Action Center (LAC) to stay up-to-date on the latest news on legislative issues of interest to CFM. https://www.confedmo.org/lac/
Reach out to your local legislators by email, letter, or phone. Inform your legislators on legislation CFM is monitoring (available on the LAC)
Use social media (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) to share information about the Conservation Federation of Missouri and the Legislative Action Center using the hashtags #naturecantvote and #conservemo
Thank legislators who have stepped up to support CFM issues
Invite legislators to fish, trap & skeet shoot, turkey hunt, look for morel mushrooms, or take a hike and get outdoors to enjoy our state’s natural resources;
Thank you for your continued support and for being the voice for Missouri outdoors!
Conservation Legislator of the Year, Representative Tim Taylor sat down with Shags and Trevor on the Morning Shag radio show with 96.7 KCMQ, Columbia to share his thoughts on conservation of our natural resources.