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Ways to Give this Season

We hope you'll join us in spreading Missouri River love. If you appreciate what we do, please consider supporting our efforts through one of many avenues this season!  

Love Your Big Muddy

Click below for more on different ways to give:

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2020 Fall Watershed Expeditions at Home

Student exploring their watershed on a hike. 

Discovery Box + Virtual Experience 

  • 4 Weeks in October- November 2020 
  • 4th-7th & 8th-12th Grade 
  • 10 Activities & 4 Virtual Experiences 
  • Tuition: $50 per student 

Financial Aid is Available! 

Registration is now CLOSED! 

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MRR Trash Mobs

We know you are itchin' to get outside, get muddy and make a difference. While we may not be able to have large-scale clean-ups we can still make a difference...Trash Mob style! What is a trash mob you ask?! Trash mobs are sort of like flash mobs, they just sort of appear! So grab a bag and some gloves, and head outside by yourself or the folks that you've been cooped up with and clean up the litter along your favorite creek or even just in your neighborhood.

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Read up on the MR340 race!

15th Annual Missouri American Water MR340
- August 4-7, 2020

Kansas City, KS, to St. Charles, MO

A collection of photos, articles and videos about the MR340

Since 2007, Missouri River Relief has been a partner in the MR340 race - a 340 mile paddling race across the state of Missouri. Racers purchase super cool race stickers and all of that money goes to support our efforts. We bring as many safety boat crews as we can and help up and down the race course.  

Morning Fog on Day 4

2018 Missouri American Water MR340 - Some folks waited, some paddled into the heavy fog on day 4 at New Haven. photo copyright by Steve Schnarr. 

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Missouri River Activity Booklets Fill Columbia Little Free Libraries

Are you interested in becoming a National Park Junior Ranger?

Did you know the Missouri River is considered a National Park? Yep, it’s the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail.

The Little Free Libraries in Columbia and Jefferson City have been stocked with activity booklets. These include the following: 

Discover the Missouri River Activity Booklet: Will keep you twisting and turning and wondering what’s around the next bend. 

Junior Ranger Let’s Go Fishing: You can meet a fish and learn some other slimy fun facts 

Junior Ranger Space Flight Explorer: Challenge yourself to identify our National Parks from space. 

 

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