St. Louis Community Stewardship Grant Program

Published on: May. 26, 2010

Last revision: Apr. 10, 2014

Got a habitat problem in your community? Get help solving it. MDC’s Community Stewardship Grant program supports urban wildlife habitat improvement, encourages organizational partnerships for land stewardship and engages urban residents in community conservation through volunteering.

Eligible Groups

Program funding is available to non-profit organizations, parks departments and other land-management entities and volunteer groups within the St. Louis metropolitan area. Eligible areas include St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County and Jefferson County, and incorporated areas (in municipalities or townships) of Franklin, Lincoln and Warren Counties.

Projects Involving Cost-Share or In-Kind Contributions Preferred

Projects eligible for funding include (but aren’t limited to) stream restoration, prairie or native warm-season grass reconstruction, or exotic species control and replanting. Grant requests should not exceed $15,000, and preference will be given to projects that involve cost-share or in-kind contributions.

Deadline is September 13, 2013

MDC will be accepting Community Stewardship Grant applications through September 13, 2013. For more information about the Community Stewardship Grant Program, see the grant application under Related Information below, or contact Erin Shank at 314-301-1500 or

St. Louis Community Stewardship Grant Application

Use this grant application to take advantage of MDC's St. Louis Community Stewardship Grant. Deadline is September 13, 2013. More

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