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Contact your City Partner by clicking on their e-mail link or visit their state web site by clicking on their web page link. Callie Plakovic our Outreach Coordinator at 636-225-4390 ext: 101


Janice S. Greene

MSU Bull Shoals Field Station

901 S. National Ave.

Springfield, MO  65897

Phone: (417) 836-5306

Email: janicegreene@missouristate.edu

Web Page: www.bullshoals.missouristate.edu


The Missouri State University Bull Shoals Field Station has a mission to provide research and education about southwest Missouri ecosystems.  As part of the mission of BSFS and the University, we provide training in multiple environmental educational programs. 

Chris Pistole

Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center

201 W. Riviera Dr., Ste. A

Joplin, MO 64804

Phone: (417) 782-6287

Email: cpistole@audubon.org
Web Page: http://wildcatglades.audubon.org


The Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center, located in Wildcat Park, Joplin, Missouri, is adjacent to some of the last remaining chert glades, a globally unique habitat found only in this area and the biologically rich Shoal Creek an important place for migratory birds and other wildlife. The Audubon Center is a partnership project of Audubon Missouri, the City of Joplin and the Missouri Department of Conservation. Opened in 2007, the Center itself is a celebration of nature. Innovative "green" technologies create a truly distinctive building in keeping with our mission of appreciating, conserving and understanding our natural world.

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