This Weeks Highlights: Exploring the Missouri River, Raining Forever Chemicals, Free Summer Nature Programs, Longest Boat Parade and Repairs at the Ozark River Ways.
This Weeks Highlights: Searching the Niangua for missing canoeist, Eleven Point projects, National Trail Day, mornings at the river, flood insurance reform bill, new Missouri River barge terminal opens, and drone river research.
This Week's Highlights: Giving the river room to flow, Truman lake bridge to close, Colorado River water shortage, paddlefish regulation change and Great Lakes invasive species
This Week's Highlights: A proposal to pump the Mississippi, a search for a Great Lakes shipwreck, new bicentennial bridge coming to Jefferson City, and the state approves rules despite public outcry
This Week's Highlights: Connecting rivers to floodplains is key, a river piracy phenomenon in Alaska, speed record broken by one of two teams paddling the Mississippi, Coast Guard stops traffic near Memphis, prehistoric rock carvings near Kirksville, a summer kickoff planned, and save the dates for free fishing
This Week's Highlights: Round gobies invasion in Missouri, unearthing a St. Louis stream, a Missouri River dye study, dedication of a new St. Francis River water trail, a Mississippi world record attempt, crayfish collaboration in Missouri, preparing for water cuts on the Colorado, and water pollution from face masks
This Week's Highlights: DTT dumping discovered off southern California is staggering, a 1970's paddlefish caught from Table Rock Lake, flooding at Roaring River State Park, public comment period for Missouri crayfishes, a bison bridge update, and sturgeon guards needed in Michigan
This Week's Highlights: Earth Day events, Mississippi River Plastic Initiative launch in St. Louis, world record gar, lagoon breaches, fishery relief, and emptying a reservoir to eliminate northern pike
This Week's Highlights: Seeking help finding vandals in Ozark National Scenic Riverways, the fight to save Eleven Point State Park, a safety threat on a Missouri River dam, petition calling for EPA regulation, a withdrawn plan in northwest Missouri, and Ducks Unlimited improving wetlands in Missouri
This Week's Highlights: Park acquired for habitat, nearing a 700-mile Ozark Trail, hiking at Mark Twain Lake, a Missouri River tour, green infrastructure benefits, and endangered trout may soon return to the Los Angeles river