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.

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 Save the Date

October 17, 2015

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

 Volunteer in our Greenway Network booth at

the St. Louis Earth Day Festival

Sunday April 26, 2015

 10 am – 6 pm
Muny Grounds, Forest Park

 Join us at our booth at one of the largest Earth Day celebrations in the country. We have activities for children(sun painting, t-shirt jewelry) and  living macroinvertebrates. Help us to spread the word about Greenway Network to St. Louisans and have a lot of fun. Register here to give us a hand.


Spring Dardenne Creek Monitoring Day

May 3, 2015

Help monitor 19+ sites on Dardenne Creek.

We will be collecting chemical data, macroinvertebrate data, E. coli samples and Stream discharge measurement.

Contact Larry Ruff at or register HERE. You will be contacted with the location.


Stream teams will conduct tests and bring the data back to Greenway Network's office at 215 Indacom Drive, St. Peters, MO 63376 no later than 1:00pm.

We will provide lunch-sandwiches and drinks starting at 12 noon.

Be prepared for the weather and walking in the creeks.

Photos courtesy of Arnold Stream Team 211.

Pre Forum Speakers

at the

National Adaptation Forum

Monday May 11th  2015  9 am to 5 pm

Union Station

1820 Market St., St. Louis, MO 63103

 Greenway Network would like to address the impacts of various river management structures which locally increase flood heights and climate extremes, the new norm, in discussing local adaptations needed to reduce flooding risks in the Greater St. Louis Region. Our session will address adaptations completed, in progress, mistakes made and further adaptations needed.  Speakers include

  • C. Shane Barks, Deputy Director U.S. Geological Survey Missouri Water Science Center,
  • Robert Criss, PhD., Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Doug Kluck, Central Region Climate Services Director, NOAA's National Center for Environmental Information
  • John Hoal PhD., ALCP Founding principle of H3 Studios, Inc., a planning and design firm.
  • Brad Walker, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Big Rivers Director.
  • Kathleen Henry, The Great Rivers Environmental Law Center.
  • Tony Messenger, Editorial Director St. Louis Post Dispatch.

For more information on the event and the speakers click here.

NOTE:  This full day session with lunch included is free and being hosted by Greenway Network but due to limited space we are asking that anyone wishing to attend register here.

Big Muddy Speaker Series

From "Save It, Don't Pave It" to Making the Best of Development

A feasibility study for sustainable development near Creve Coeur Park

 Presentation by Melissa Moulton, co-organizer of Maryland Heights Residents for Responsible Growth

When:   Wednesday, May 13 6:30pm

Where:  Big A's on the Riverfront 

           308 N Main St, St Charles, MO

Traditional large-scale developments bring the specter of long-term environmental damage in the form of disturbed watersheds, poor water quality, destroyed habitat and degradation of green space - not to mention a negative impact on the park.  But is that reality inevitable?  A new idea, "green infrastructure,"is gaining momentum as a way to balance the value of nature and the demands of economic development.

Maryland Heights Residents for Responsible Growth, a local grass-roots organization, recently conducted a feasibility study to identify how green infrastructure methods can protect and conserve natural resources while adding value to development plans.  Melissa will reveal the results of the study, which will be freshly completed.
Melissa Moulton has been a community activist on behalf of Maryland Heights residents for eight years.

Presentation is FREE and open to the public!
For more info. . .

Come out early for a free Paddle trip with Big Muddy Adventures! 
Meet by the river behind Big A's at 4:30. You'll be back by 6 p.m. Join expert Missouri River guide Mike Clark of Big Muddy Adventures before the presentation for a up and downstream paddle through downtown St. Charles on the Junebug canoe.
Space is limited so please Register online.

Join us at the

Riverlands Bird Blitz

Saturday, May 16, 2015
10:00am - 2:00pm

The Audubon Center at Riverlands
301 Riverlands Way
West Alton, Mo, 63386 (map)

Free public event. Guided bird hikes. Native habitat plantings. Family-friendly events.

Register to let us know you are coming.



Friday May 22, 2015

Please enjoy hors d'oeuvres, beverages and desserts as you shop and visit with some of our featured artists from the St. Louis area.  Suggested minimum donation is $10.00 upon arrival. Additional donations are welcome.

RSVP by end of business hours on Thursday May 21, 2015. Everyone who RSVPs early will receive a gift bag and your name entered into a drawing valued over $140. Courtesy of our sister store Mitchell James Salon. You may RSVP by calling 314-726-609 or emailing us at SCHONBYMJ@GMAIL.COM.

 SCHON 30 The Boulevard St. Louis MO, 63117. 314-726-6909


Storm Drain Marking

 Volunteer Opportunity!

Pick up supplies and maps at our office and mark the storm drains on your schedule at your convenience.

215 Indacom Drive
St Peters, Mo 63376

Register here.

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