We will give you a snapshot of what is happening in the watershed with plenty to get involved in, grant and job opportunities and share stories about our work with our partners to #RenewtheBlue! See some examples of these stories below.

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Community Support Protects Nature in Metro KC

December 26, 2019

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Learn and be a part of revitalizing a 441-acre property owned by the City of Kansas City within the Eastwood Hills Neighborhood. Heartland Conservation Alliance and its partners are organizing the Municipal Farm Work Day to engage the community in the process of the Mu...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once said, “We have flown the air like birds and swam the sea like fishes, but have yet to learn the simple act of walking the earth like brothers.”

In this spirit, Heartland Conservation Alliance is leading a nature walk on Monday, Jan. 16,...

Conservation Program - Conserving Natural Resources

  • Jill Erickson promoted to Program Director – Congratulations Jill!

  • Hired new Project Manager - Welcome Caitlin Dix!

  • Awarded $90,000 Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) contract with Bridging the Gap...

Conserving Natural Resources

  • $200,000 award from The Conservation Fund, Parks with a Purpose funding for park at 81st & Troost

  • $50,000 National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Five Star Restoration Grant to restore 10 acres at Municipal Farm

  • $55,000 Missouri De...

Brianna Leiker joined the team in November 2015 as Heartland Conservation Alliance's new Partnership Coordinator. This position was made possible through a three-year DOI/VISTA program working to reduce poverty in our country. Brianna will be working with Alliance part...

Heartland Conservation Alliance welcomes our VISTA, Lauren Garrott! Lauren will be serving with us for the next year as our Partnership Coordinator. 

A worldwide adventurer, Lauren grew up living in several places, led by her mother’s service in the United States Mili...

Platte County celebrates 175 years with “RePlant Platte” celebration of native trees, grasses and wildflowers. Pawpaw, bur oak and redbud tree saplings and seedlings will be given away from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 5 at Platte Ridge Park, 17130 Missouri 371 north of...