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  • Technical Advisors » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    with Missouri National Guard The Nature Conservancy The Wildlife Conservation Society and the Missouri Department of Conservation Cantrell is currently employed with MDC as a Conservation Education Outreach Consultant Steve Clubine Windsor MO Dennis Figg Jefferson City MO Michael Leahy Jefferson City MO Mike has worked for over twenty years with state agencies in Indiana Virginia and Missouri on the conservation of natural resources Most of this work has been with the Missouri Department of Conservation serving in the roles of regional natural history biologist Heritage community ecologist and natural areas coordinator Over the past nine years he has worked with MDC field staff to inventory and designate thirteen new Missouri Natural Areas and seven additions totaling more than 8 000 acres He has published technical and popular articles on natural history topics including the 2011 publication of the field guide Discover Missouri Natural Areas A Guide to 50 Great Places Leahy has a B S in Forestry from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point and a MS in Forest Ecology from Michigan State University Leahy s love of natural areas began as a kid with family trips to the Morton Arboretum in the Chicago area He enjoys exploring the outdoors with his wife and son Dr Quinn Long St Louis MO Quinn Long is an ecologist with the Center for Conservation and Sustainable Development at the Missouri Botanical Garden where he works with conservation and restoration of rare plant species and natural communities He received a Ph D in Ecology from the University of Kansas researching limitations to plant diversity in prairie restorations His research interests include fire ecology invasive species and restoration of grassland savannah and woodland communities Quinn has 15 years of firsthand experience managing prairie plantings and restoring woodlands on his family property in northwestern Franklin

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/who-we-are/technical-advisors/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Our Valued Volunteers » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    St Louis MO Linda Ballard Prairie and Grow Native outreach St Louis MO Gary House Photography prairie work days Kansas City MO Dan Zarlenga Photography astronomy education St Peters MO Frank Oberle Photography outreach Novinger Casey Galvin Photography St Louis MO Henry Domke Photography New Bloomfield MO Pat Whalen Photography Kansas City MO Allen Woodliffe Photography Ontario Canada Bill Fessler Plant sales Kansas City MO Don Kollmeyer Prairie management Forrest

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/who-we-are/volunteers/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Board Manual » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    and other native grassland communities through acquisition management education and research The Missouri Prairie Foundation also promotes the use of native plants in the built environment and altered landscapes through its Grow Native program Practice 1B Planning and Evaluation Current Strategic Plan 2012 2016 2015 Work Plan Practice 1C Outreach Missouri Prairie Foundation Brochure The Missouri Prairie Foundation s website is www moprairie org The website of the Missouri Prairie Foundation s Grow Native program is www grownative org The Missouri Prairie Journal is published three times a year by the Missouri Prairie Foundation print version and electronic Practice 1D Missouri Prairie Foundation Ethics Statement Practice 2A Compliance with Laws The Missouri Prairie Foundation is committed to complying with all applicable federal state and local laws Practice 2B Nonprofit Incorporation and Bylaws Missouri Prairie Foundation s Articles of Incorporation Missouri Prairie Foundation Bylaws Certificate of Good Standing This certificate is available at the Missouri Secretary of State s website Practice 2C Tax Exemption The Missouri Prairie Foundation s Tax Exempt Ruling from the Internal Revenue Service Practice 2D Records Policy Copy of MPF Recordkeeping Policy Practice 2E Public Policy The Missouri Prairie Foundation is committed to complying with laws governing

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/who-we-are/board-manual/ (2016-02-10)
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  • MPF Bylaws » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Valued Volunteers Board Manual MPF Bylaws Strategic Plan Contact Us Our Prairies Grow Native Education and Outreach Prairie Management Membership To receive news form MPF please enter your email address above and press enter on your keyboard MPF Bylaws Download

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/who-we-are/mpf-bylaws/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Strategic Plan » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    Volunteers Board Manual MPF Bylaws Strategic Plan Contact Us Our Prairies Grow Native Education and Outreach Prairie Management Membership To receive news form MPF please enter your email address above and press enter on your keyboard Strategic Plan Current Strategic

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/who-we-are/strategic-plan/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Contact Us » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    P O Box 200 Columbia MO 65205 Phone 888 843 6739 Or Email Us info moprairie com Send us any questions using the form below we ll get back to you as soon as possible Name Address City State Missouri Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Montana Nebraska Nevada

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  • MPF Awards » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    press enter on your keyboard MPF Awards Call for Prairie Award Nominations The Missouri Prairie Foundation Awards Committee is now accepting nominations for awards to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions for the cause of prairies and prairie flora and fauna If you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of prairies in any of the three categories listed below please send the Award Committee the name of the person a short description about the contribution that person has made to prairies and the award category of the nomination All nominations must be received by the Awards Committee no later than August 1st of the current year Awards will be announced and presented at the Missouri Prairie Foundation s Annual Meeting in October Prairie Landowner of the Year Clair M Kucera Award The Clair M Kucera Award is presented to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the cause of prairie through ownership stewardship Prairie Professional of the Year Bill T Crawford Award The Bill T Crawford Award is presented to an individual who has made an outstanding professional contribution to the cause of prairies Prairie Volunteer of the Year Donald M Christisen

    Original URL path: http://www.moprairie.org/what-we-do/awards/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Prairies Now & Forever » Missouri Prairie Foundation | Prairies Now and Forever
    gifts pledges grants and awards including those listed below are moving MPF toward its campaign goal Big Bluestem Champions 750 000 Award for Prairie Acquisition in Jasper and Newton Counties from the U S Fish and Wildlife Service and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 555 266 from the Estate of Ms Linden Trial for prairie acquisition stewardship outreach education and research 540 000 award from the Conservation Fund for acquisition of Pleasant Run Creek Prairie Sunflower Champions 162 495 Award for Land Acquisition and Restoration in the City of Joplin from the U S Fish and Wildlife Service and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 100 000 Grant from the Robert J Trulaske Jr Family Foundation for acquisition of Linden s Prairie 30 000 from Dr Clifford Welsch and an additional 90 000 pledged for prairie acquisition Monarch Champion 79 143 from the Joseph C Koster Revocable Trust for area of greatest need 50 000 pledged from Mr Rudi Roeslein for area of greatest need Blazingstar Champion 25 000 from the Edward K Love Conservation Foundation for prairie stewardship Gold Patrons 16 840 from LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics to help underwrite 2014 Missouri Prairie Journal expenses 20 000 from Edgar Schmidt for prairie acquisition 10 000 Ronald and Sue Berry Silver Patrons 5 000 from Anonymous 5 000 from Warren and Susan Lammert 5 000 from Margaret Holyfield and Maurice Meslans 5 000 from Susan Lordi Marker 5 000 from John and Dorothy Stade How You Can Help MPF Reach Its 50th Anniversary Campaign Goal MPF has established Prairie Champion and Prairie Patron giving opportunities for individuals businesses philanthropic foundations and others with the means to give cash or securities at the following levels Prairies Now and Forever Champion 1 Million or More Big Bluestem Champion 500 000 or More Prairie Chicken Champion 250 000 or More Sunflower Champion 100 000 or More Monarch Champion 50 000 or More Blazingstar Champion 25 000 or More Gold Patron 10 000 or More Silver Patron 5 000 or More Prairie Champions and Prairie Patrons receive significant recognition and a generous package of amenities Putting Your Donation to Work Below are examples of the ways your gift can make a difference With a 1 million gift MPF could purchase several hundred acres of native prairie or protect and steward its 2 600 acres of native and restored prairie for about five years or protect and steward about 700 acres of prairie in perpetuity or meet its 1 million permanent endowment goal during this campaign With a 500 000 gift MPF could purchase 150 to 300 acres of native prairie or protect and steward its 2 600 acres of native and restored prairie for more than two and a half years or protect and steward about 300 acres of prairie in perpetuity or meet half of its 1 million permanent endowment goal With a 250 000 gift MPF could purchase roughly 100 acres of native prairie or protect and steward its 2 600

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