Your Environment, Your Future
Greenway Network is a grassroots volunteer based organization. Our mission is to conserve natural resources, encourage sound management of the watersheds and protect the quality of life for the residents of the greater St. Louis area.
Big Muddy Speaker Series
Presentation by Caroline Elliott, geologist with
U.S. Geological Survey – River Studies Branch
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015
6:00 p.m. Meet at Big A’s Restaurant
6:30 p.m. Presentation
NOTE – This month’s presentation will be the THIRD Wednesday of the month. Next year we’ll return to our normal SECOND Wednesday schedule.
USGS Geologist Caroline Elliott will share what her pallid sturgeon research has revealed about the hidden world of the bottom of the Missouri River, and share images of this murky and shifting environment.
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Join the Confluence Conservation Crew
Volunteers are needed to help at events such as Earth Day, National Public Lands Day, Mission:Clean Stream, Confluence Trash Bash and Race for the Rivers. Service days will be held at many sites, including Riverlands in West Alton, Riverwoods in Bridgeton and many local parks near you.
Crew members are asked to pledge to support three service events this summer. Members will receive gloves, a water bottle , and a t-shirt at their first volunteer event.
Crew leaders are needed to help coordinate service projects. Pledge to support five volunteer events and you are eligible to be a crew leader and receive special recognition.
Single day volunteers are welcome too and make up the majority of our volunteers! The work is sometimes rewarding and enjoyable and sometimes wet and muddy, but always worthwhile. To register for the monthly trail maintenance/clean-up at Riverlands, click here.
Storm Drain Marking
Pick up supplies and maps at our office and mark the storm drains on your schedule at your convenience.
215 Indacom Drive
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