Mission: The missouri conservation heritage foundation advances the conservation and appreciation of forest, fish, and wildlife resources by applying financial resources to the priorities of the missouri department of conservation in collaboration with donors and other partners.
Programs: The stream stewardship trust fund is an in-lieu fee mitigation alternative for u. S. Army corps of engineers' 404 permit applicants. This trust fund creates a financial source to restore, preserve and enhance stream systems within missouri and is handled in accordance with a memorandum of understanding between the u. S. Army corps of engineers and the missouri conservation heritage foundation.
conservation areas: funded improvements and resource management for public areas for fish, forest, and wildlife resources in missouri for the use and enjoyment of people, including funds for equipment, supplies, and capital improvements for trails, camping, and other public uses. Outreach and education projects: funded programs and activities to help missourians connect with nature including tours, activities and educational equipment and supplies.