Our 85th Annual Convention Auction has begun! This auction is jam-packed with over 85 items and experiences. Click the button below to register and start your bidding. Everyone is welcome to bid whether or not they are attending Convention. Non-CFM members are welcome too! All bidders will be required to log-in as a new bidder to participate.
Some of our items and experience packages are featured below. Bid on items like:

  • Sako M995 - 30-378 Rifle Complete Package
  • Chartered Flight Crappie Fishing Trip
  • Handmade Custom Wine Bar
  • 6x6' Redneck Blind
  • Hunting and Fishing Packages

...and many non-sportsman items like reading packages and wine!

The auction ends Saturday, March 6th at 6:45 p.m., so check it out today!
Don't miss out on our raffles!

What's the most expensive bottle of beer you've ever experienced? Do you wish to contribute to the future of Missouri conservation by supporting CLC and win a 6.5 creedmoor? How many people can you feed with a case of ribs? That's 18 racks of ribs at over 3lbs each!

The possibilities are endless! Register and enter our raffles today!

*Raffle tickets purchased can be used in any of the three raffles.
*Items can be picked up at the CFM office. Shipping arrangements may be available depending on the item. Items must be paid for in 10 business days. When you’ve won or purchased an item, a $ My Invoice (My Invoice) button will appear at the top of your eCatalog. Tap this button to view your invoice and select how you’d like to pay. You may pay as you win or purchase each item, or you can wait until the end of the event to pay for everything at once. Each time you pay an invoice, you’ll automatically receive an emailed receipt.
Registration for our 85th Annual Convention closes this Friday, February 26th at 5:00 p.m.! The virtual convention runs March 1-6th. Registration closes February 26th at 5:00 p.m. We will come together to pass resolutions that serve as CFM's stance on conservation issues, hear updates from conservation professionals, attend Natural Resource Breakouts, and spend an evening together awarding Missouri's top conservationists.