Save the Habitat Save the Hunt
Nationally, the NWTF will conserve 4 million acres of habitat, create 1.5 million new hunters, and open 500,000 additional acres to hunting access over the next 10 years. Find out what Missouri's goals are by following this link. Missouri Save the Habitat Save the Hunt Plan.
If you are interested in applying for a super fund grant, contact your RD or the Regional Biologist. Please use the "call for proposals" guidelines and the application form posted below. Contact Regional Biologist John Burk if you need help developing a project and submit completed applications to John Burk via email no later than 11/13/15 (email@example.com).
Here are the 2015 projects that were approved from by the board. These projects stand to improve habitat on both public and private ground and support outdoor recreation safety, awareness, and education in the Show Me Sate.