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- Water Wednesday ‘Falling Back’ October 29, 2014 0 comments
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- KY3 Interviewed Stacey Armstrong about Stormwater Improvements October 14, 2014 0 comments
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KOLR 10 interviewed Watershed Committee Director, Mike Kromrey, about pollution in our waterways and actions people can take to reduce nonpoint source pollution. http://www.ozarksfirst.com/story/d/story/report-finds-toxins-cloggin-missouri-waters/25023/KSxL9mxrbEWv0wiRbw4fVQ Be sure to watch the Web Extra: Ways to Reduce Pollution Locally and click on the link to our 30th Anniversary event page!
Director, Mike Kromrey spoke with KOLR 10 about WCO’s Jordan Creek tours. View Story Below http://www.ozarksfirst.com/story/d/story/springfield-residents-go-underground-on-jordan-cre/41024/kUgfFpnj_k-VMwEx4gIsYw
Construction at Drury University for Stormwater Improvements Construction has started at Drury University’s parking lot and detention basin for the Big Urbie stormwater retrofit improvement project. The goal of this project is to reduce nonpoint source pollution from stormwater runoff to our local urban streams. The detention basin retrofit includes removal of a concrete channel [...]
Interested in learning about stormwater? Today is the last day to sign-up for this two day educational class! For only $10 local experts will lead you on field trips around Springfield to learn about the history of stormwater in our community and see examples of different stormwater management techniques. Contact Stacey Armstrong for more information [...]
KY3′s Shayla Patrick interviewed Projects Manager, Stacey Armstrong, about WCO’s summer sampling program (in partnership with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department) VIEW STORY HERE
Projects Manager, Stacey Armstrong was interviewed by KSPR33 about WCO’s (in partnership with the Springfield-Greene County Health Department) summer stream sampling program. Watch the News Clip HERE
As seen on TV…” With production support from City Utilities and the generosity of KY3 through sharing their airwaves for free for local non-profits, you may soon see this 30 second PSA about water: VIEW IT HERE We have also blogged about a new major project we have undertaken called the Little Sac Restoration and [...]
Check out our new PSA! A big thank you to Ryan Schneider and CU!
Join us for our June Monthly Meeting June Monthly Meeting Agenda 1. Roll Call 2. Review of Minutes 3. Watershed Committee Update 4. Freshwater Conservation in Missouri: The Nature Conservancy’s Perspective, Todd Sampsell, Missouri State Director at The Nature Conservancy 5. National Weather Service Update – postponed 6. Regional Issues 7. Other Business View the [...]
The Watershed Center is a wonderful place for a hike, a field trip, a meeting, or a picnic. You can go fishing, bird watching, running, or walking just a few minutes from downtown Springfield. For more than a decade the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks has been working to improve the property around Valley [...]