The Missouri Conservation Agents'
Association (MCAA) was originally founded
in 1975. There are currently 151 uniformed
members all of whom are certified peace officers
in the state of Missouri. The MCAA is a professional
organization of Conservation Agents.
The MCAA is a nonprofit organization
whose purpose is to promote effective enforcement
of the Missouri Wildlife Code and related
statutes. The MCAA provides for the common
welfare, mutual benefit and protection of
of the MCAA is to promote and enhance the
protection and enjoyment of Missouri’s
fish, forest and wildlife resources by providing
education, professional development, mutual
benefit and representation for Missouri Citizens,
Conservation Agents and their families.
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.