The Missouri Prairie Foundation (MPF) has registered the first Saturday of June with the National Events Calendar as National Prairie Day. The intent for establishing this special day is to enhance public awareness of what prairie is, educate about its value, and motivate all who learn about prairie to be inspired to support prairie conservation, restoration, and enjoyment. This will also create curiosity, celebrate and encourage a national dialogue around the common ground of the historic and current value of prairie. Stay tuned to this site and news from your favorite conservation organizations to find out more about National Prairie Day!
Missouri Prairie Foundation BioBlitz Saturday & Sunday, June 2 & 3, 2018: MPF’s 9th Annual Prairie BioBlitz Celebrate National Prairie Day witha weekend of camping and native prairie exploration with biologists at MPF’s beautiful Pleasant Run Creek Prairie near Nevada, MO. Begins … Continue reading →