L-A-D Foundation 2012 Grant Recipients
Purchasing wilderness gear and equipment to expand its outdoor experiential education program.
Mark Twain Forest Watchers
Supporting outreach efforts related to its Ozark Woody Biomass and Missouri Public Forest Management Monitoring Project.
Missouri Caves and Karst Conservancy
Continuing clean-up effort of trash-filled Goodwin Pit, critical sinkhole in the subterranean watershed of Ha Ha Tonka Spring.
Missouri Coalition for the Environment
Producing informational digital maps of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways and tributaries.
Rotary Club of Mountain View
Purchasing a kiosk to provide educational and interpretive information related to the new Mountain View Nature Park and Outdoor Classroom.
Ozark National Land Trust
Conducting conservation planning and landowner outreach activities along the Current River watershed.
Ozark Trail Association
Improving response to trail maintenance and construction via new tools, tool trailer, and construction of trailhead parking area.
Salem Arts Council
Supporting the "Ozark Roots Festival -2013" via a month-long display of artifacts, photographs, and other related materials at the Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center.
Sierra Club, Missouri Chapter
Providing support to its Ozark National Scenic Riverways protection project.