The Katy Land Trust strives to make all Missourians more aware of the need to conserve these remarkable vistas. Missouri’s water, agricultural resources and natural scenic beauty are some of the state’s greatest assets. We believe that if we truly understand the value of these assets, we will be motivated to conserve them for future generations of Missourians.
- Missouri River Country: Missouri River Country, 100 Miles of Stories and Scenery from Hermann to the Confluence (2013) is a beautiful 192-page coffee table book that features essays by more than 60 Missourians who write about the farms, forests, art, architecture, food, wine, history and agriculture of the river valley. Learn more here.
- Peers Store: The newly-renovated Peers Store will open again for the season on April 16. It will be open Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4pm, until November. Learn about the historic Peers Store here.
- Land Trusts: We advise private landowners on how their property can be permanently protected for farming, forestry, and recreation uses. Learn how here.
- Conservation Celebration 2016: Join us Sunday, October 9th at the James Rennick Riverfront Park in Washington, MO from Noon to 4 pm. Learn more, signup, and buy your ticket!
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