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Omaha/Council Bluffs Cleanup 2023

Omaha and Council Bluffs area- here we come! Missouri River Relief will be headed to Nebraska and Iowa's reach of the Missouri River for a day of stewardship. Join us to clean up the Missouri River's banks on May 20th.

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Kansas City Cleanup 2023

We are headed to River Front Park in Kansas City for our first large-scale cleanup of 2023. Join us April 15th for a day of stewardship on Kansas City's reach of the Missouri River!

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Jefferson City Missouri River Cleanup 2022

With a beautiful view of Missouri's capitol building, 229 volunteers helped us remove 109 bags of trash, 33 tires and a huge load of scrap metal from the banks of the Missouri River at Wilson's Serenity Point at Noren Access in Jefferson City.

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Washington River Festival & Missouri River Cleanup 2022

After 2 education programs, a trash scout, and camping through 4 storms, we were very heartbroken to cancel the cleanup and festival. We would like to thank our sponsors, partners, crew, and friends from the Washington Area River Council for the hard work and support to make these large-scale events happen. We greatly appreciate all […]

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Great Rivers Cleanup at the Confluence 2022

180 amazing volunteers joined us bright and early Saturday, removing almost 5 tons of trash out of a 10-mile reach of the Missouri and parts of the Mississippi River! Thank you to all of those who drove the extended drive through the Columbia Bottom Conservation Area to aid in our cleanup efforts.

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Sugar Creek Missouri River Cleanup 2022

Our hearts and dumpsters are full after such an amazing week in Sugar Creek, MO at LaBenite Park. With the support of the entire community and the help of over 200 volunteers, we were able to make a huge impact on such a great stretch of river downstream of Kansas City. Unfortunately, this stretch of river is no stranger to mounds of trash and single use plastic washing down from the streams draining the metropolitan area just upstream, but with the help of 186 volunteers we were able to remove a staggering 247 large bags of trash from 10 miles of river, totaling an estimated 5.1 tons of trash.

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Big Muddy Clean Sweep 2021

Working with members of the river communities that we visited, a total of 11 cleanups were organized throughout the project. 343 volunteers managed to pull out 847 bags of trash, along with 382 tires of various sizes! The tonnage for the whole Big Muddy Clean Sweep project ended up totaling 23.6 TONS of trash!

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Kansas City Cleanup 2021

What a huge success in Kansas City. This was our first time back to the area since 2018, and we were itching to get back to our large-scale cleanups and see our Kansas City friends. The heat—and some rain—couldn’t stop our crew and volunteers from coming out to clean up the Big Muddy with us. We had a total of 166 volunteers came out to clean up along nearly 10 miles of river along Kansas City out of Riverfront Park. In just one day, we picked up and removed 6 tons of trash, including over 2 tons of tires that were dumped under the I-435 bridge. Our hardcore volunteer crew members arrived Wednesday to help set up camp, host a Sunset Cruise with sponsors on Thursday, scout the river on Friday, and then execute our cleanup on Saturday. Thank you so much!

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Omaha/Council Bluffs Missouri River Cleanup 2021

Missouri River Relief is officially returning to the Omaha/Council Bluffs area to host a series of on-the-water Missouri River cleanups, engaging families and civic groups in stewardship along the banks. This series of cleanups will take place on May 21 - 23, 2021 on the Missouri River along the Omaha and Council Bluffs stretch.

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Flat Branch Trash Mob 2021

This was our first official Flat Branch Cleanup sparked by Laura Semken's cleanup last year. Flat Branch Creek was the origin of the settlement of Columbia, Missouri because of its ideal low water banks. The beautiful creek is the reason we are all here today! Today, it drains a large part of central Columbia. We had 25 mighty volunteers wading through water, digging plastic bags out of roots and clearing trashy log jams along a 1.5 mile stretch of Flat Branch Creek.

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