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Letter to the Editor: We Need Clean Water Act

On the 40th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act, Environment Missouri urges the Obama Administration to restore protections to Missouri's streams.

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Our new Op-Ed on restoring Clean Water Act protections published in the Columbia Daily Tribune

Environment Missouri's Sarah MacFarland makes the case for closing polluter-backed loopholes in the Clean Water Act and restoring protections to Missouri's streams.

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Groups appeal to National Parks Service to protect Current, Jacks Fork rivers

Leaders of about a dozen national and state environmental and outdoor groups gathered downtown today to call on the National Park Service to rehabilitate the Current River, which lies at the heart of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.

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Activists Call For Clean-Up Of Current River

Activists upset about the state of the Current River presented 5,000 petition signatures to the National Park Service Tuesday, some of them symbolically written on canoe paddles.

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Defending the Ozarks

Ozark National Scenic Riverways define our state—but as trash accumulates along riverbanks and unauthorized vehicle use wrecks trails, the region becomes less welcoming to families. Environment Missouri staff have met with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis to urge swift action.

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