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Missouri

Protecting Nature in the Show-Me State

The Nature Conservancy is one of the world's leading conservation organizations. Established almost 60 years ago, the Missouri program has an impressive history of success. With the support of our committed members and partners, we have protected more than 150,000 acres of Missouri's natural treasures, including the forests and rivers of the Missouri Ozarks and the vast sea of prairie in the Grand River Grasslands.
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Welcome to Missouri!

As Missourians, we love hiking through a prairie blanketed with vibrant wildflowers, floating down a clear, spring-fed stream, or camping in an Ozark forest. These lands and waters are a part of our natural heritage, and they provide us with food, water, energy, shelter, and a place to play.

The stories below highlight how we're working to protect nature, transform the way we use the Earth's resources, and inspire action - today and for future generations.

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Water Matters

A groundbreaking new partnership is raising awareness and inspiring action around water's importance to the health of people, lands, and economies. Water Matters is a St. Louis-region initiative led by The Nature Conservancy, the Nine Network of Public Media, and more than 20 conservation-minded organizations.


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