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issouri is rivers – big, powerful and muddy…small, meandering and crystal clear. Missouri is prairies, wildflowers and Ozark forests. Missouri is hillside cattle pastures…vast river bottoms and fields planted in corn, soybeans, cotton and rice…abundant vineyards. Missouri is scenic glades, pure springs, breath-taking bluffs, and wetland homes for ducks, geese and other wildlife.

Every single day, committed individuals and organizations work to conserve the natural assets of Missouri. That’s why we formed Magnificent Missouri. We know that Missourians would like to celebrate the natural richness of our State and would be happy to contribute to a diverse group of conservation organizations. We believe that all St. Louisans can enrich our appreciation for our beautiful State when we spend more time in the countryside…and that all of Missouri benefits as a result!
 

 

Join Us for the
Conservation Celebration!

On Sunday, October 13th, we’ll be celebrating at the Historic Daniel Boone Home and Heritage Center with local food prepared by some of the area’s most talented chefs. Enjoy award-winning Missouri wine and local beer while listening to the eclectic musical stylings of the Old Salt Union. Explore the facinating, historical site and support a great cause that makes our state even better!
Sound like fun? Get your tickets now!
 

 

Missouri River Country

 *Preorder Now*

With essays from some of the states most recognized voices, including  Governor Jeremiah (Jay) Nixon,U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt and over 60 others Missouri River Country explores the Missouri River from the Confluence to Hermann. A new book to be released in September and available for preorder now, takes a fond look at the river valley’s lush scenery and rich history from the perspective of more than 60 contributors.  Read more