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Flood of 2008

Missouri River Floodplain Farmers Eligible for Wetland Restoration Assistance

Columbia, MO - Missouri landowners affected by 2011 Missouri River flooding may be eligible for wetland restoration assistance from the Wetlands Reserve Enhancement Program (WREP) through a five-state project sponsored by The Nature Conservancy. The deadline to apply for this assistance is May 4.

GREAT RIVERS GREENWAY INVITES VOLUNTEERS TO HELP CLEAN UP MISSOURI RIVER

The Great Rivers Greenway District is encouraging area residents to join them on Saturday, Oct. 29, and help support Missouri River Relief in its effort to clear trash and debris from the shores of the Missouri River.

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack Announces Major Initiative To Improve Health Of Mississippi River Basin

$320 Million Available for Conservation Projects in Arkansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin

Busch's Belleau Farm Leads Way to Greener Future

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 “Today, we are here to acknowledge another milestone in Belleau’s proud history,” announced Adolphus Busch IV at a gathering of environmentally-friendly civic and political leaders held on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 at Belleau Farms.  The moment marked the introduction of Belleau Farm’s 10-kilowatt solar electric system designed by Farmergy of Kirkwood and designed to cut Belleau Farm’s energy costs in half. It is anticipated that the $100,000 project will pay for itself within 10 years.

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