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Posted in: News- Jun 10, 2016 No Comments

Some of this week’s highlights: Learn about the birthplace of the James River, best Ozarks locations for floating, and volunteer efforts on the Mississippi River. 


Greatest Floats

Ten great spots in the Ozarks to canoe or kayak

Kansas City Star


James River Birthplace

Celebrating Ozarks Water: Tracking down the birthplace of the James River



Safe Swimming

Health Department, Watershed Committee stream testing underway

City of Springfield


KC to Sea

KC Water wraps up record year of “KC to the Sea”

KC Water Services


Boil Advisory

Consolidated Water issues boil advisory

Columbia Tribune


American Water Grants

Missouri American Water announces five projects will receive funding from environmental grant program  

Business Wire


Healthy Stream?

Healthy stream?

Duke: Nicholas School of the Environment


Uranium Drinking Water

Small-Town America has a serious drinking-water problem

Mother Jones


Toothy Invader

Invasive fish with human-like teeth caught in California

Mother Nature Network


2015 Rerun?

Is this is a rerun of 2015? Flooding returns to some Kansas reservoirs after heavy rain

Kansas City Star

Mississippi Rescue

Mississippi River’s Rescue

The Telegraph


Clean Water Lawsuits

Supreme Court ruling means more Clean Water Act lawsuits are likely