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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Aug 04, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: How have river access changed since spring flooding, Missouri River education opportunities, and talking toilets with Matt Damon.


Access Answers

Access Answers: Where you can float, where you can swim and what’s changed since the big flood?

Ozark County Times


Raw Sewage Dump

Local luxury resort dumps raw sewage, kills 700 fish



Dragonflies Galore

“Banner year” for dragonflies

Daily Journal Online


Special River

North Fork of White River is special

Conservation Federation of Missouri


Flash Flooding

Flash flooding shuts down KC metro roads, carries vehicles off roadways



MO River Education

Educators look for creative ways to interest students in wildlife

NET Nebraska


Water Database

What’s really in our tap water?

Mother Nature Network


Rock Stacking

Rock stacking, natural graffiti, and its ecological impact

Wide Open Spaces


Stop Aquatic Nuisances

Humans still the best way to stop the spread of aquatic nuisance species

The Chattanoogan


Toilet Talk

Talking toilets with Matt Damon

National Geographic


Service Struggles

Struggling to serve a thirsty public

Forester Network