Donating & Becoming a Watershed Sustainer

DONATING TO THE WATERSHED COMMITTEE

Consider an investment in clean water, for the present and for the future

What is a Watershed Sustainer?

Watershed Sustainers are a dedicated family of water warriors who support clean water with automatic monthly or yearly contributions. Individual and Business Sustainers provide WCO with a reliable stream of support for projects and education to sustain and improve the water resources of Springfield and Greene County.

How can I become an Individual Watershed Sustainer?

You can become a Watershed Sustainer for a minimum $50/yearly commitment.

Choose the amount you wish to donate monthly/quarterly or yearly and choose recurring donation.

  • $50 yearly donation is an individual sustainer
  • $100 yearly donation is a family sustainer
  • $250 yearly donation is a silver sustainer
  • $500 yearly donation is a gold sustainer

How can I become a Business Watershed Sustainer?

You can become a Business Watershed Sustainer for a minimum $500/yearly commitment.

  • $500 yearly commitment is a Supporting Sustainer
  • $1,000 yearly commitment is a Bronze Sustainer
  • $2,500 yearly commitment is a Silver Sustainer
  • $5,000 yearly commitment is a Gold Sustainer
  • $8,000 yearly commitment is an Platinum Sustainer
  • $10,000 yearly commitment it is a Presenting Sustainer

How are my donations used?

Your support will allow us to keep up with increasing demand for our programs and high-quality, experiential education focused on water resources and help create a generation of people in Southwest Missouri with a greater understanding of what makes water dirty, and how to keep it clean.

What are the benefits

  • A healthier community
  • Recognition on the Sustainer List at the Watershed Center
  • A WCO Sustainer vinyl decal
  • A WCO Sustainer coffee mug

Watershed Business Sustainers

Presenting
Peterson Wealth Management

Legacy
Bass Pro Shops 

Platinum
PC NET
Vital Farms

Silver
Bailey Pyle Builders
Nahon Family Foundation Fund

Bronze
Arkifex Studios
Commerce Bank
Commercial Metals Company
Elite Promotions
HDR
Hogan Land Title
Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Bottling Company

Supporting
Advanced Car Care Center
At Home Real Estate Services
Ball Architects
Central Bank of the Ozarks
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly
Environmental Works
Greater Ozarks Audubon Society
Mother’s Brewing Company
Missouri Master Naturalist-Springfield Plateau Chapter
OLSSON
Wire Road Brewing

Watershed Individual Sustainers

  • Aaron J. Scott
  • Amy Shelburn-Zarins
  • Ann & Craig Young 
  • Barry and Debbie Bellotti
  • Ben and Jodi Caruthers
  • Bill Cheek
  • Blayne Redford
  • Bobbilynne Koepke 
  • Brian Edmund
  • Bruce Adib-Yazdi
  • Bob and Barb Kipfer
  • Bob Wilson
  • Brendan Brothers
  • Brian Kuehn
  • Calvin and Barbara Armstrong
  • Cathy and Alex Primm
  • Charlie Burwick and Lisa Berger
  • Chris Ball
  • Cody and Erin Danastasio
  • Dan and Diane Hoy
  • Dave and Elisa Coonrod
  • DeDe Vest
  • Eric Dove
  • Gabe Montgomery
  • George and Sandy Kromrey
  • Greg and Martha Swick
  • Harwood Ferguson 
  • Jacob Berger
  • Jane Earnhart
  • Jason and Amber Hainline
  • Jeff Bromberger
  • Jeff and Kathy Munzinger
  • Jim Stouffer
  • John Havel
  • John and Nicole Montgomery
  • Jordan and Casey Wilson
  • Kara Tvedt
  • Kelly & Michael Guenther
  • Leslie and Ron Carrier
  • Linda Chorice
  • Loring and Beth Bullard
  • Mark and Janet Bower
  • Mike and Mary Chiles
  • Mary Sturdevant
  • Matthew Simpson
  • Michael Stelzer
  • Mike and Mary Kromrey
  • Nancy Williams
  • Paden and Jamie Wilcox
  • Phil Graves
  • Rick and Debbie Smith
  • Scott Bratcher
  • Scott and Connie Petrich
  • Sean Patrick Fay
  • Shae and Dick Johnson in memory of Linda Ellis
  • Shane Nelson
  • Stephanie and Jacob Hurt
  • Stephen Sample
  • Tamera Jahnke
  • Tammy and Wes Trantham
  • Terri and Dennis Barnicle
  • Tim and Sally Smith
  • Tinka Betz
  • Todd Polk
  • Todd Wagner
  • Tom and Angela Blevins
  • Trent Jackson
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