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Wild & Scenic Film Festival 2012

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Sat. Feb. 11
The Blue Note
Columbia, MO

Kick those winter blahs in the pants and join Missouri River Relief for a showing of select films from the traveling Wild & Scenic Film Festival. The festival will be at The Blue Note in Columbia, MO, on Saturday, Feb. 11.

The event is sponsored by Missouri River Relief, The Blue Note , the Alpine Shop and several national sponsors listed on the right.

We're excited to bring some of the coolest environmental documentaries to Columbia for cozy afternoon! It's a fundraiser and friendraiser for Missouri Relief, and we hope an inspiration to everyone that joins us.

Click here to RSVP on Facebook, then invite your friends!

Click here for the flier (pdf)»

Click here for the full film lineup and more details»

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Feb. 21 Big Muddy Speaker Series in Rocheport

"Restoring the Big Muddy"

Presentation by Mike Chapman, US Army Corps of Engineers

The historic Missouri River was a completely different river system than what we have today. From a meandering, unpredictable muddy stream, we have reshaped the Mighty Mo into a more stable (but still unpredictable) swift channel.

Mike Chapman, an engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers Missouri River Recovery Project, will show how we have moved from there to here and where we may be going. He'll discuss the reasons for habitat restoration, describe the varied restoration projects the Corps has completed on the river, as well as current concerns in the State of Missouri with sediment management on the river.

7:00 p.m. - Tues. Feb. 21, 2011 (third Tuesday this month!)
lower floor of the
Les Bourgeois Vineyards Bistro
in Rocheport, MO

(directions below)

Presentation is FREE and open to the public! Click here for flier (pdf)
Come early to purchase a great dinner upstairs at the Bistro!

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Feb. 8 Big Muddy Speaker Series in Kansas City

"The Secret Life of Sturgeon"

Presentation by US Geological Survey ecologist Aaron DeLonaysturgeon

Tracking and studying the rare and endangered pallid sturgeon in the massive, muddy water of the Missouri River is not an easy task. Aaron Delonay, an ecologist working with the US Geological Survey will be describing some of the innovative techniques and technologies they use as they study the fish, its habitat and its behavior.

Wednesday, February 8
6 p.m. Social Hour
7 p.m. Presentation
At  Hickok's Grill
528 Walnut St. - Kansas City, MO (in the River Market),
(816) 472-0161

(directions below)

Please support our partner by coming early for dinner and drinks at this great local establishment! Happy Hour till 7:00

Click here for flier (pdf)

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2012 Schedule

Check out Missouri River Relief's 2012 Schedule!   Check back in for updates and make sure to sign up on our email list to get the latest!

Click here to see the full posting and to view our pdf schedule»

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Jan. 11 Big Muddy Speaker Series in Kansas City

"The Missouri River: Then, Now and in the Future?"

The historic Missouri River was a completely different river system than what we have today. From a meandering, unpredictable muddy stream, we have reshaped the Mighty Mo into a more stable (but still unpredictable) swift channel.

Neil Bass, biologist with the Army Corps of Engineers, will show how we have moved from there to here and where we may be going. All the major programs affecting the Missouri River will be touched upon, including the Pick Sloan Plan, the Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project, and the Missouri River Recovery Program and all of its components.

Wednesday, January 11
6 p.m. Social Hour
7 p.m. Presentation
At  Hickok's Grill
528 Walnut St. - Kansas City, MO (in the River Market),
(816) 472-0161

(directions below)

Please support our partner by coming early for dinner and drinks at this great local establishment! Happy Hour till 7:00

Click here for flier (pdf)

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