About Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation
The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation (MCHF) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1997 to advance conservation and appreciation of Missouri’s natural resources, including fish, forest, and wildlife. We work with donors and other conservation partners to financially support the mission and priorities of the Missouri Department of Conservation at the statewide, national, and international level.
This means we invest in everything from migratory bird programs to youth hunting and fishing events to endangered species habitat protection. We support the state’s nature centers, as well as hiking and wildlife viewing activities – anything that allows Missourians to enjoy the outdoors in urban or rural areas.
MCHF is governed by a volunteer board of directors comprised of conservation, community, and business leaders. We have raised and invested more than $21 million in conservation projects large and small. Help us protect Missouri’s conservation legacy!
For more information, visit the MCHF website at mochf.org.