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Monarch and Milkweed Resources

Want to buy plants to help monarchs? Use this map of Grow Native! professional members who sell native plants. Citizens in Missouri and far beyond are concerned about the dramatic drop in monarch butterfly populations, which is due in large part to the decline of the monarch butterfly caterpillar host plants, milkweed species (Asclepias) across its […]

Many thanks to Give St. Louis and Give Ozarks Donors

Many, many thanks to those who donated $451 to MPF via Give Ozarks on May 9 and to t he the 39 donors who collectively gave $4,854 to MPF on Give St. Louis Day! These gifts will help MPF conserve some of the most biologically rich land on the planet!   We invite everyone to […]

MPF Board Member Glenn Chambers Receives Master Conservationist Award

Congratulations to MPF board member Glenn Chambers on his Master Conservationist Award from the Missouri Department of Conservation! The MDC Master Conservationist Award honors living or deceased citizen conservationists, former MDC commissioners, and employees of conservation related agencies, universities, or organizations who have made substantial and lasting contributions to the fisheries, forestry, or wildlife resources […]

Conservation Federation of Missouri Names MPF Conservation Organization of the Year

Conservation Federation of Missouri Names MPF Conservation Organization of the Year On March 10, 2017, the Conservation Federation of Missouri honored the Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) with the Conservation Organization of the Year Award at its annual Convention held in Jefferson City. Pictured from left to right are Martin McDonald of Bass Pro Shops, conservation […]

Fundraiser for New MPF Trailer

You Can Help Support Our Award-Winning Work! The Missouri Prairie Foundation owns 3,300 acres of land in 21 properties around the state–some of the most biologically rich prairie in Missouri. To manage our prairies, we use an enclosed trailer to haul equipment–and our current one, after many years of hard work, has bit the dust. […]