The Conservation Federation of Missouri is debuting a new name and look for our magazine. We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to explore Conservation Federationdigitally before print copies are available.
CFM is a diverse organization. Wildlife is extremely important to our mission, but so are many more aspects of conservation and natural resources. Changing the name of Missouri Wildlife to Conservation Federation further brands our organization.
When trying to decide on a new name for our magazine, leadership looked at what other large organizations called their magazines. Audubon, Nature Conservancy, and National Parks are just a few examples of publications named for their organizations. We decided to follow suit.
The new, simplified design should attract more readers. New headers categorize each section to make navigating the magazine easier than ever. More feature stories are included to entice readers to spend more time enjoying the magazine. We have added eight pages to ensure content remains a priority in the publication.
Inside this issue:
Details about our special 80th Annual Convention
Information on the continuing hog hunting debate
An exciting snow goose hunt and the success story for conserving the species