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Watershed Center Rain Garden Named GrowNative! Garden of Excellence

Watershed Rain Garden Our rain garden at Watershed Center has been inducted into the Missouri Prairie Foundation’s GrowNative! Gardens of Excellence. 👏 We partnered with a local Sierra Club chapter to construct the rain garden in 2008. It fits into our scheme stormwater-engineered plan for the site and offers a jolt of nature as one walks toward …

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Recap: May Meeting 2024

May Monthly Meeting Recap: Jason Frantz and the Hellbender Our May Meeting was on Friday, May 3rd, at the Watershed Center! Jason Frantz presented “Questionable Judgement: Building and Rowing a Wooden Boat through the Grand Canyon.” Jason Frantz is a Webster County Native who has owned and operated Woodshop Artisans for over twenty years. He …

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Upcoming: Watershed Summer Gala at Wire Road Brewing

40th Anniversary Watershed Summer Gala  Celebrate with us at our Summer Gala on June 21st from 6pm-9pm at Wire Road Brewing’s newly expanded event space. We will have live music, craft beer, a silent auction, a whiskey pull, a catered meal, and more! 👏 Our fundraising goal is $80,000! All proceeds support our expanding education and outreach …

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Realtor Workshop at the Onsite Wastewater Training Center

RECAP: Recent Realtor Workshop The James River Basin Partnership, Missouri Smallflows Organization, Greene County, and the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks held an Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) Inspection/Evaluation for Real Estate Professionals Workshop on May 2, 2024. The workshop included a visit to the Onsite Wastewater Training Center, giving developers and real estate professionals …

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Watershed News – Spring Newsletter 2024

Our Spring Newsletter is here! We are eager to share Watershed’s Spring highlights with you. Click here to read it and get updates on:🔬 Field trip season🌿 Progress at the Watershed Natives Nursery👷‍♀️ Watershed Conservation Corps projects⛵️ Improvements to Fellows Lake Recreation & Marina💧 Huge strides on our Upper Little Sac Restoration 319 Project

May Meeting: A Wooden Boat Through the Grand Canyon

May Monthly Meeting Our May Meeting will take place on Friday May 3rd! Join us at 7:30 a.m. at the Watershed Center. Jason Frantz will present Questionable Judgement: Building and Rowing a Wooden Boat through the Grand Canyon. Jason is a Webster County Native who has owned and operated WoodShop Artisans for over twenty years. Here, …

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Recap: Saving Bull Creek

April Monthly Meeting Recap: Loring Bullard and Bob Kipfer Presented on Bull Creek Our April Meeting was on Friday, April 5th, at the Watershed Center! Loring Bullard and Robert Kipfer discussed their newly published book, Saving Bull Creek, which you can purchase here. Loring Bullard is the Watershed Planning/Grant Assistant for the James River Basin …

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Saving Bull Creek

April Monthly Meeting Our April Meeting will take place on Friday April 5th! Join us at 7:30 a.m. at the Watershed Center.  Loring Bullard and Robert Kipfer will discuss their newly published book, Saving Bull Creek. It describes the history of the Bull Creek watershed from Native American habitation to the present and looks at the impact of …

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WCC Alumni Spotlight – Taylor Dye

Watershed Conservation Corps Alumni Spotlight: Taylor Dye Taylor worked with Watershed as a Watershed Conservation Corps member in 2022 and as a Crew lead until July 2023. Her crew traveled around the region and primarily served the National Park Service and United States Forest Service. They worked on prairies, glades, military and historical parks, and …

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