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 Regionl Biologist John Burk if you need help developing a project and submit completed applications to John Burk via email no later than 11/15/13 (email@example.com).
Superfund Call For Proposals 2013
Superfund Proposal Form
Super Fund Project Proposals for calendar year 2013 were approved by the state board on 1/5/13. A list of those projects and programs is below.
Summary of 2013 super fund expenditures.
2013 Approved Projects
2013 Your Superfund At Work
2011 Approved Projects
2011 Your Superfund At Work
Superfund Proposal Form Document
Superfund Call For Proposals 2011
Equipment purchases made with super fund monies from 2004-2012, availability of equipment to public, and impact where reported.
Equipment Project Contact
Summary of 2009 super fund expenditures.
2009 Project Summary
2009 Your Superfund At Work
Photographs of ongoing Super Fund Projects show examples of the kind of work being accomplished by your super fund dollars. In 2012, 3 projects were approved by the board that provide cost share assistance to landowners in SWMO, NEMO, and central Missouri. With these projects, $14,500 of super fund money was matched with over $50,000 in partner funds to increase the private landowners ability to conduct important habitat improvement projects like fescue conversion to NWSG, timber stand improvement, and prescribed burning.
In 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 the super fund has partnered with The Nature Conservancy to restore almost 1,000 acres of tall grass prairie in Harrison County. This is one of the largest remaining contiguous blocks of quality tall grass prairie in left in the Midwest. TNC is trying to restore greater prairie chickens but our combined efforts are also greatly improving nesting conditions for other ground nesters including turkeys around the periphery.
The state chapter also voted to continue contributing $5,000 towards the administration of the state-wide Missouri NASP program that helps provide $100 of the $500 grants that schools apply for. In addition, individual school grants were approved to assist with placing the equipment in 14 additional Missouri School systems during 2012. It is our goal (with your help) to place NASP in all 322 school districts in MO.