Donating & Becoming a Watershed Sustainer


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
    Vital Farms
  • Gold
    Fantastic Caverns
  • Silver
    Bailey Pyle Builders
  • Bronze
  • Commerce Bank
  • Commercial Metals Company
  • Elite Promotions
  • Ozarks Coca-Cola Dr. Pepper Bottling Company
  • Supporting
    Arkifex Studios
  • At Home Real Estate Services
  • Central Bank of the Ozarks
  • Crawford, Murphy & Tilly
  • GeoEngineers
  • Greater Ozarks Audubon Society
  • Missouri Master Naturalist-Springfield Plateau Chapter

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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