Watershed Spring Newsletter 2023

Watershed’s Spring is filled with exciting programs and projects! Read our newsletter belowto see how we’re working with our community to support local drinking water resources this season. Visit the link: WatershedSpring23

June Monthly Meeting

Join us on June 2 at 7:30 a.m. at the Watershed Center for our Monthly Meeting Eric Fuselier will present “The Importance of Species Selection for Improving Stormwater Quality with Native Plants” at our Monthly Meeting on Friday, June 2, at 7:30 am at the Watershed Center. Mr. Fuselier works with engineers and landscape architects to …

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May Monthly Meeting Recap

May Monthly Meeting Recap: Our 2023 May Monthly Meeting was held on the 5th at 7:30 a.m. at the Watershed Center Denise Henderson Vaughn, science writer and award-winning journalist, presented on Karst education in the Ozarks: teachers, documentaries, maps, and field trips. She discussed the history of Ozarks karst, its controversies, and the importance of community …

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May Monthly Meeting

Join us on May 5th at 7:30 a.m. at the Watershed Center for our Monthly Meeting Denise Henderson Vaughn, science writer, and award-winning journalist, has been covering Ozark karst stories since the 1990s. Her articles have appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri Conservationist, and local publications, and she has also produced two karst documentaries. One …

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Karst Topography and Groundwater

Karst Topography and Groundwater History of Karst in the Ozarks Karst topography dominated the Ozarks long before humans arrived, and our ways of building on the land don’t work the same here as in other areas. In places with deep topsoil, rainwater is filtered nicely as it trickles through, making clean groundwater. But here, the …

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