The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization that works to safeguard and manage the state's fish, forests and wildlife. It strives to provide opportunities for all citizens to use, appreciate and learn about these resources. From empowering parents in education, reversing rising spending and inflation, and protecting the unborn, to securing the borders of the United States, countering the threat of communist China, holding big technologies accountable and ensuring free and fair elections, the Foundation is at the forefront of the fight to help Americans thrive. The Foundation funds valuable conservation projects throughout Missouri, from rural areas to major cities. These projects help meet the state's overall conservation needs.
The Foundation also collaborates with legislators to implement Heritage Foundation solutions and organizes nearly 20,000 Sentinel activists and more than 2 million local grassroots activists from across the country to push for their adoption. On a much larger scale, the Foundation is spearheading a capital campaign to provide funding for the construction of the Discovery Center, an educational center to be built in Kauffman Park in Kansas City. The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation was established in November 1997 to assist with conservation programs in Missouri, such as the Cedar Gap project. The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation is devoted to protecting and managing natural resources for current and future generations. It provides resources for citizens to use, enjoy and learn about these resources. The Foundation also works with legislators to implement solutions that will benefit all citizens.
Finally, it is spearheading a capital campaign to provide funding for the construction of an educational center in Kauffman Park. The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation is committed to preserving our natural resources for generations to come. Through its various initiatives, it is helping ensure that our state's fish, forests and wildlife are managed responsibly. It is also providing educational opportunities for citizens of all ages so that they can learn more about these resources. Finally, it is leading a capital campaign to fund the construction of an educational center in Kauffman Park.