Upcoming CFM Events

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Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City
Pull for Conservation: St. Joseph

Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City is the first stop of CFM’s series of regional events in 2016. The event educates Kansas City residents on current conservation issues in Missouri while they learn more about the Conservation Federation of Missouri. Attendees will enjoy auctions, live music and a banquet in the evening. Everyone is invited!

Keynote Speakers for the evening event are Missouri Department of Natural Resources Director, Sara Parker Pauley and Missouri State Parks Director, Bill Bryan.

The cost for individuals to attend is $40 and includes a one-year membership to CFM. Spouses and children have a discounted family rate. Children age six and under attend for free.

There are sponsorship opportunities for businesses. Sponsors receive ten tickets and an Iron Business Alliance Membership with their purchase. More details about CFM’s Business Alliance program can be found HERE.

Join us for our second annual Explore the Outdoors: Kansas City on May 21, 2016.

Pull for Conservation: St. Joseph will be held at Geiger Shooting Range in St. Joseph on May 14, 2016. This fun-shoot is to raise awareness for CFM’s conservation mission of protecting Missouri’s outdoor heritage and natural resources. It is presented by longtime CFM supporter, Northwest Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.

The event will consist of individual and team shooting opportunities with prizes for different shooting classes. A fish-fry lunch is provided by the Northwest Electric Cooperative, Inc.

The Pull for Conservation is open to the public and will be a great time for getting together with old friends and making new ones.

Event Schedule:
8am – 9am: Registration
9am – 3pm: Shooting
12pm: Open Lunch
4pm: Awards

Join us for our first regional Pull for Conservation shoot in St. Joseph.
For more information on either event or sponsorship opportunities, please contact Rehan Nana at (573) 634-2322 ext. 108 or at RNana@confedmo.org.


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