The Missouri Conservation Agents Association will be hosting a Golf Tournament at Ledgestone Country Club near Branson MO. This entire week is “National Law Enforcement Week” in Branson and there’s several discounts at local hotels, restaurants and attractions. We hope Missouri Conservation Agents are able to play in this tournament and can bring their family down to enjoy an affordable getaway. This will be open to the public to play but will give law enforcement priority in putting teams together. For more information about Branson’s “National Law Enforcement Week” visit their website http://bransonsalutes.com/ or check them out on Facebook #nationallawenforcementweek / or
Check out the Branson National Law Enforcement Week flyer.
The MCAA is a nonprofit professional organization comprised of Missouri Conservation Agents. Our mission is to promote and enhance the protection and enjoyment of Missouri’s fish, forest and wildlife resources by providing education, professional development, member benefits, and representation for Missouri citizens and Conservation Agents.
Activities which the Association has recently supported include: annually awarding scholarships to students pursuing a degree in Biology, Wildlife Management, Forestry, Fisheries, Ecology, Agriculture, or Criminal Justice; sponsorship of 3 scholarships for members to attend the North American Wildlife Enforcement Officers Association annual training conference; financial and member support for Family Outdoor Skills Camp For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children, Concerns of Police Survivors, Discover Nature Camps for Girls, wounded veteran hunts, youth shooting sports events, youth hunts, and many other events and programs throughout the state.
More information to come !!!
MCAA Rep. Jason Midyett was able to present Todd Wilcoxon his $500 College Scholarship he was awarded this year.
Todd Wilcoxon is a 2017 graduate of Van Buren high school where he graduated 4th in his class. Todd was very active in sports including baseball, basketball, and cross county. He had his jersey retired and is the only male athlete in Van Buren to be named all state four times. Todd is studying biology and playing baseball at Hannibal-LaGrange University in Hannibal Mo. Todd has spent the last two summers working for Wildlife at Peck Ranch Conservation Area. Todd’s hobbies include bow hunting and fishing. He would like to become a Conservation Agent after graduation. Congratulations Todd!!!
MCAA Representative Zeb Jordan recently presented Briar Tiller with his $500 college scholarship that he was awarded this year through MCAA. Briar is the son of Bates County Conservation Agent Don Tiller. Congratulations Briar and good luck in your future conservation career!!!!
Missouri Conservation Agents Association
2016 Scholarship Recipients
Payton Emery (Middle)receiving his $500 scholarship from MCAA.
Payton wants to obtain a degree in Wildlife Conservation/Biology and would like to become a Missouri Conservation Agent.