The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) is a non-profit organization devoted to the conservation and appreciation of forest, fisheries, and wildlife resources. Founded by President Forsyth, who had a long history of service in various stake presidencies, bishoprics, and youth vocations, as well as a mission in the Belgian Mission in Antwerp, the MCHF has become a major player in Washington DC. In October of the same year, individuals who had been part of the Commission and its state committees established the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation as the primary organization that would take over from the Commission. This group has been credited with playing an important role in resolving certain issues, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.
The Heritage Foundation is committed to helping Americans flourish by giving parents more control over education, reducing rising spending and inflation, protecting unborn children, securing US borders, countering the threat of communist China, holding big tech companies accountable, and guaranteeing free and fair elections. The Foundation has also provided funding to the National Policy Council and many of its employees are members. In addition, foreign policy analysts at the Heritage Foundation have defended the Reagan Doctrine in Washington. Bill has also been involved in Montana state and local politics for many years, including a twelve-year term as commissioner of the city of Great Falls; he is now in his second year as elected administrator of Great Falls public schools. He joined the Riverbend Chapter of MO-KS and the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation and is currently a member of the board of directors of both organizations.
The estate administrator, Hans von Spakovsky, a conservative lawyer, held private meetings with key state election officials to develop strategies to promote their shared goal of ensuring the integrity of the elections they administer in their home states. In a report entitled The Laws on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) are not fair to all, says a Heritage fellow, it was revealed that SOGI laws aim to compel all Americans to accept (and live) certain beliefs about human sexuality. The Heritage Foundation is proud to serve this special mission and looks forward to working with all those who are called to serve this mission with them.