Land Learning Foundation is committed to fostering stewardship through outdoor experience, youth education, and conservation.
- To Restore and Preserve Wildlife Habitat
- To Preserve Traditional Sporting Opportunities
- To Ensure the Coexistence and Compatibility Between Humans and Wildlife
- To Increase Education Opportunities Related To Agriculture
In 2003, the Land Learning Foundation (LLF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was founded. The Foundation is dedicated to restoring and preserving wetland and riparian ecosystems as well as the associated uplands. Your donations allow us to offer hands on conservation education opportunities for students and educators as we provide traditional outdoor sporting opportunities to men, women, children, including those with disabilities. We work with more than 18 federal, state, and local agencies and organizations and utilize/manage large acreages of property.
Officers and Staff
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Scott currently resides in Huntsville, MO where he lives with his wife, Katy, and their three children. Growing up in Northeast Missouri with vast opportunities to be in and participate in outdoor activities granted him with many core values and memories he holds dear.
Katie Wiesehan is a senior at Lindenwood University. She will be graduating in May 2018 with her B.S. in Biology with an emphasis in Ecology and Evolution.
Ms. Wiesehan has been working for The Land Learning Foundation since June 2016. She is from St. Louis, MO and is currently assisting LLF in becoming an accredited land trust.