About The Nature Conservancy in Missouri

Rolling grasslands, Ozark forests, and the mighty Mississippi: Missouri has a rich natural heritage.

The Nature Conservancy in Missouri is one of the state's leading organizations. Established more than 60 years ago, the Missouri program has an impressive history of success. We have protected over 150,000 acres of Missouri's natural treasures, including the forests and rivers of the Missouri Ozarks and the vast sea of grass in the Grand River Grasslands.

We owe our success in Missouri to a proven scientific approach, the support of committed members and donors, a skilled staff, and a host of impressive partner organizations. 

Please join us in our work to preserve Missouri’s beauty and rich diversity of life today, tomorrow, and for future generations.

Missouri Chapter Staff List 

Missouri Board of Trustees

Our Accountability

The Conservancy's strong performance is recognized by charity watchdog organizations like the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Wise Giving Alliance and the American Institute of Philanthropy.

More on Accountability

Contact Us

Missouri Chapter Office:
The Nature Conservancy
2816 Sutton Blvd, Ste 2
St. Louis, MO 63143

Mailing Address:
PO Box 440400
St. Louis, MO 63144
Phone: (314) 968-1105
E-mail: missouri@tnc.org

Lower Ozarks Project:
The Nature Conservancy
P.O. Box 960, 505 Main Street
Van Buren, MO 63965
Phone: (573) 323-8790
E-mail: lchapman@tnc.org

Dunn Ranch/Pawnee Prairie Project & Osage Plains:
The Nature Conservancy
16970 West 150th St.
Hatfield, MO 64458
Phone: (660) 867-3866
E-mail: rarndt@tnc.org

Western Ozark Waters Project:
The Nature Conservancy
2144 E. Republic Rd.
Suite B103
Springfield, MO 65804
Phone: (417) 838-1939
Email: drew.holt@tnc.org

Jobs and Careers

TNC has eight conservation regions, a conservation strategies group and a Worldwide Office. Search Jobs

Our Partners

Critical to The Nature Conservancy in Missouri's success in achieving conservation results is its success in securing support from foundations, corporations, and other organizational partners. More on our partners


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