Forest ReLeaf of Missouri is organized to increase the tree populations of cities and communities in Missouri, and to educate its public about trees, tree care and tree plantings for the conservation of energy and the reduction of global warming.
A program promoting natural resilient plants for natural beautiful landscapes. This joint project between the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Missouri Department of Agriculture is designed to encourage the use of native plants. Check out the site for information on native plants, landscaping, and purchasing plants.
The community forestry organization for the Kansas City metropolitan area! Our mission is to inspire people of our region to understand the importance of the community forest through active participation and education.
A great site that describes the services and provides a list of consulting foresters in Missouri that offer timberland and community forestry services to landowners, property managers, attorneys, insurance companies, etc.
The program, administered by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the nonprofit Forest ReLeaf of Missouri, gives citizens of all ages the tools and training they need to assess a tree’s health based on its crown, foliage, trunk and limbs.
Kansas City’s Botanical Gardens’ mission is to inspire people to appreciate, beautify and conserve our natural environment by providing a peaceful setting with opportunities for learning and reflection.
Shaw Nature Reserve, an extension of the Missouri Botanical Garden, includes 2,500 acres of natural Ozark landscape and managed plant collections. Located 35 miles southwest of St. Louis in Gray Summit, Missouri, it provides environmental education, ecological research and public enjoyment of the natural world.