The Charles P. Bell Conservation Scholarships are sponsored by the Conservation Foundation of Missouri Charitable Trust and the Conservation Federation of Missouri. The scholarships are named for Charles P. Bell, a past president of the CFM, whose family provided major funding for this program. Eight scholarships are awarded each year. There is one graduate-level scholarship in the amount of $600, one undergraduate scholarship in the amount of $500, and six scholarships for elementary, high school, or youth group projects each in the amount of $250. The graduate and undergraduate applicants must be enrolled in a field of study related to the management of natural resources, specifically fish, wildlife, forest, soil, and water. Applicants must be Missouri residents, and those applican

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