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Our Mission is to conserve natural resources, encourage sound management of the watersheds, and protect the quality of life for the residents of the St. Louis Region. We do that by creating a network of communication and consensus among citizens, government leaders and other organizations which share our goals. Most of all, we encourage everyone to 'act locally' to make it happen.
The Greenway Network, Inc. originally started out as a St. Charles County based organization. We soon learned that the problems we face as a rapidly changing community are most efficiently dealt with by cooperative efforts and the realization that we all gain by helping one another and that problems do not stop and begin at county or corporate lines.
Our Region is rich in water resources and native wildlife habitat. It is a land of abundant river bottoms, fragile wetlands, tranquil riparian woods, and rolling hillsides along soaring bluffs. The region also includes some of the fastest growing communities in the country. Rapid development presents challenges with community planning, transportation, gross loss of natural areas, stormwater and water quality issues.
The Greenway Network is not anti-development but does believe that development must proceed with sustainable plans and providing low impact considerations for our natural resources.
We believe people can live in harmony with nature if we plan and make decisions wisely. Greenway Network is your "eyes, ears, and voice" in that process, working to conserve what is naturally best about St. Charles County and the St. Louis Region.