Purchase Your Plates
FOR LICENSE PLATE RENEWALS YOU WILL NEED TO OBTAIN YOUR EMBLEM USE AUTHORIZATION FORM (EUA) THROUGH A LOCAL VENDOR WHERE HUNTING AND FISHING PERMITS ARE SOLD. YOU MAY NO LONGER ACCESS ON-LINE RENEWALS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE - PLEASE CALL TOLL FREE 800-227-1488 IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS.
Drive with pride
When you purchase Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation license plates, you show your proud support for Missouri’s fish, forestry and wildlife programs. You also help our next generation learn how to conserve, manage and use these resources. Funds from the plates enhance nature centers, outdoor classrooms, stream teams, wildlife habitat and other conservation programs. You may choose a bald eagle, bluebird or deer plate. The morel mushroom and bass plate designs are now available only as replacement plates.
Each of the three animals depicted on the plates tells a story about conservation challenges, environmental success and the responsibility of Missourians to ensure the continued presence of wildlife species in our state.
Plates of the eagle, bluebird and deer are available in both personalized and stock versions. The plates are available for passenger vehicles, motorcycles and commercial vehicles of 6,000 lb., 12,000 lb. or 18,000 lb. gross vehicle weight.
You may order your plates any time, regardless of your current license plate expiration date, although all Missouri specialty plates expire in July. For this reason, for first-time conservation plate holders, we encourage purchasing plates during the first half of the year.
How Do I Get These Plates?
1. To order the plate of your choice, first you need to purchase a “Conservation Heritage Plate Emblem Use Authorization Form (EUA).” A one-year form for $25 and a two-year form for $50 are both available. (Confirm your two-year eligibility with the Department of Revenue prior to making a donation; donations are not refundable.) The EUA form is a receipt for your tax-deductible donation to the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation. It also is your proof of donation that is required to order a plate from the Missouri Department of Revenue. If you purchase the two-year plate, save your returned authorization form to renew your annual tags the second year.
This authorization will expire 180 days after the purchase date, so be sure to order your Conservation plates soon after obtaining your authorization.
You can get your EUA
• immediately by visiting any Department of Conservation hunting or fishing permit vendor, including Conservation Nature Centers and many Missouri Department of Conservation offices. The vendor will give you the EUA upon purchase. This is the fastest way to get the EUA.
• If you purchase the two-year plate, save your returned authorization form to renew your annual tags.) (Confirm your two-year eligibility with the Department of Revenue prior to making a donation; donations are not refundable.) If you purchase the two-year plate, save your returned authorization form to renew your annual tags the second year.
• by phone by calling the Foundation during regular office hours at 1-800-227-1488 to pay by credit card (Mastercard or Visa only).
• by mail by sending a check ($25 for one year, $50 for two years) and this form to Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation, P.O. Box 366, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0366.
2. Next, contact the Missouri Department of Revenue for a specialty license plate application ($15 annual fee applies), and complete the purchasing process with them. You will need to mail the Department of Revenue your EUA, your specialty license plate application and your payment of $15.00. The Department of Revenue will notify you by mail when your plates are ready to pick up from your local license office.
For questions about making a donation for the plates, call the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation at 573-634-2080 or 800-227-1488. Once you have ordered your plates from the Department of Revenue, address any questions about the plates directly to that agency at 573-751-4509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out about other ways to give the gift of conservation through the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation>>