Missouri River Relief was founded to engage individuals and communities along the Missouri River in the exploration, enjoyment, restoration and care of the river through education, stewardship, and recreation.
Art auctions, river excursions, film festivals and more. At Missouri River Relief we are always up to something. These events help fuel our mission of connecting communities to the Missouri River throughout the year.
We are living in unprecedented times. Please know that Missouri River Relief is working diligently to give thoughtful consideration about how our decisions will impact our program opportunities AND keep […]
We’re getting kids off their screens and outside of the house, to learn about the nature world they live in. Your donations help teach the next generation everything that we care about! Visit CoMoGives.com to help kick start this community driven organization into the new year. ... See MoreSee Less
Exploring the Big Muddy: A Virtual Field Trip is NOW available! This virtual field trip is for 4th graders and above and is 27 mins long. It brings spectacular views of limestone bluffs, eagles' nests, and enduring artwork, right to you at home. To experience the Missouri River today, just visit: bit.ly/ExploretheBigMuddyVirtualFieldTrip... See MoreSee Less
This virtual field trip and companion guide would not have been possible without the assistance of many people. We would like to extend an earnest thank you to everyone that helped develop this video and guide including Laura Semken Anna Miller, The Documentary Group, Jim Karpowicz, Tom Newcomb, Kory Kaufman, Steve Schnarr, and Melanie Knocke. This work is also supported by the CPS Science. Thank you for your support Mike Szydlowski and Ragan Webb!
Please share with anyone that might be interested: Missouri 4-H Foundation, Missouri Environmental Education Association, Missouri Dept. of Conservation, CPS Science, CPS STEAM Bus, STOM-Science Teachers of Missouri Boone County, Missouri Stormwater, Office of Sustainability Missouri Master Naturalist Great Rivers Chapter, Missouri Master Naturalists, Meramec Hills Chapter, Missouri Master Naturalist, Boone's Lick Chapter Confluence Missouri Master Naturalist, Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, Big Muddy Adventures, Living Lands and Waters, St Louis Audubon Society, The Audubon Center at Riverlands, St Louis Canoe and Kayak Club, Missouri River Bird Observatory, Missouri National Recreational River, Lewis & Clark Boat House and Museum, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, Great Rivers Greenway, Great Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America, Weldon Spring Conservation Area, Saint Louis Zoo, and YES Program, Youth Exploring Science, at the Saint Louis Science Center