We will give you a snapshot of what is happening in the watershed with plenty to get involved in, grant and job opportunities and share stories about our work with our partners to #RenewtheBlue! See some examples of these stories below.

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Community Support Protects Nature in Metro KC

December 26, 2019

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December 26, 2019

Panelists share personal stories of connecting to nature. Carl Stafford (pictured far left) emceed the program.


Each year, Heartland Conservation Alliance hosts the Annual Partnership Summit to celebrate the work of Alliance members and partners working together to pr...

April 11, 2019


March 14, 2019

Photos: Community members learn skills and meet new friends while caring for the Blue River at restoration workdays. (Left) Volunteers plant Bald Cypress and Sycamore trees at Alex George Park. (Right) Volunteers help weed and prune trees at the Municipal Farm with Boy...

February 20, 2019

In these divisive times, remember nature connects us and heals our communities. In Kansas City our precious urban landscapes include the Blue River, and its tributaries; limestone glades; prairie grasses; and Oak and Hickory forests. These places clean our air, water,...

December 13, 2018

As another year comes to a close, we are overwhelmed with how much work Heartland Conservation Alliance and our members have accomplished in 2018. And we know there is much more yet to be done to conserve and protect natural spaces in our surrounding area.  


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