2022 Webinars

New master classes and webinars

Citizen Science

Take part in our iNaturalist Citizen Science Biodiversity Project

Bee A Prairie Hero

Adopt a Brown-belted Bumble Bee

2022 Marker Match

Help create a special prairie stewardship fund

Explore A Prairie

Visit one of our properties

Education

Learn about Missouri’s prairie heritage

Photos: Indian Grass by Pat Whalen, BioBlitz by Jeff Cantrell, Bee art by Katherine Fratti, Blazing Star at Goodnight-Henry Prairie by Bruce Schuette, Linden’s Prairie walk by Lloyd Grotjan, MPF prairie burn by Jerod Huebner, La Petite Gemme Prairie Bioblitz by Christine Chiu, Dickcissel Nest by Sara Scheill

For over 55 years, the Missouri Prairie Foundation has been conserving Missouri’s prairies and other native grasslands—some of the most imperiled habitats on the planet.

We are also home to the Grow Native! plant education and marketing program and the Missouri Invasive Plant Council.

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For 55 years, the Missouri Prairie Foundation has been conserving Missouri’s prairies and other native grasslands—some of the most imperiled habitats on the planet.

We are also home to the Grow Native! native plant education and marketing program and the Missouri Invasive Plant Council.

Upcoming Events

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2022 MPF Marker Match

Susan Lordi Marker and Dennis Marker will match gifts of any amount up to a total of $25,000 to create a special prairie stewardship fund this year. In 2021, the Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) acquired five additional properties, including three donated by the...

MPF 2022-2026 Strategic Plan

In spring 2022, MPF finalized its 2022-2026 Strategic Plan, with updated goals as well as supporting strategies and action items. The plan also includes updated mission and vision statements and refined guiding values and principles. MPF annotates the plan quarterly...

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For over 55 years, the Missouri Prairie Foundation has been conserving Missouri’s prairies and other native grasslands. Donate now to help conserve prairie in Missouri, one of the most imperiled, beautiful, and biologically diverse habitat types on earth. Donate, become a member, and find other ways to support our work. 

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