We will give you a snapshot of what is happening in the watershed with plenty to get involved , 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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2016: Our Year In Review

December 8, 2016

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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, and soil; they give us life and hope.

This is why we work hand-in-hand with communities to strengthen our connections to nature and make sure everyone can access local natural treasures. For example, we joined Jackson County Parks and Recreation and Missouri Department of Conservation to begin to restore a wetland at Alex George Lake Park. The lake is no longer sustainable, but as a wetland will provide critical habitat for wildlife. By hosting community workdays, we invite the neighborhoods to adopt, explore and connect more deeply with a wonderful resource. Our first workday took place in October 2018.

“I was proud to introduce my daughter to stewardship and this beautiful place,” shared Matt Davis, Heartland Conserv...

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