For over seventeen years, Great Rivers has served the state of Missouri and beyond, providing free and reduced-fee legal services to individuals, organizations, and citizen groups who are working to protect the environment and public health.

We work through the courts and administrative agencies to safeguard the environment by enforcing environmental laws, especially air and water pollution laws, and laws intended to protect wetlands, floodplains, open space, and endangered species. The issues which we address often have national significance, although the majority of our work is within Missouri and Illinois.

Past Articles

Endangered Species Day 2020

Great Rivers welcomes Madeline Middlebrooks

Great Rivers named a 2020 “Best Law Firm” by Environmental Litigation

Great Rivers Welcomes Sarah Rubenstein

A Tribute to Joseph Logan by Kathleen Henry

Great Rivers’ Bruce Morrison Named to Best Lawyers in America 2020

2019 Lewis C. Green Environmental Service Award Given to Kathleen Henry

Bruce Morrison Becomes President of Great Rivers in 2019 Transition

Great Rivers Welcomes Linden Mueller

#GiveSTLDay 2019

Volunteer Spotlight: Jim Wilson

Sunshine and Wine in Southern Illinois

Volunteer Spotlight: Kay Drey

Volunteer Spotlight: Rachel Harris

Chalaun Lomax Joins Great Rivers

Volunteer Spotlight: Segolene Renaze

Vegan Mushroom Stroganoff

Volunteer Spotlight: Dan McFarlane

Resolve to Protect the Environment in 2019

A Tribute to Pat Jones by Kathleen Henry

Humble Bragging About Our Staff

A Note from a Client on Giving Tuesday

Boeing Employees Help Fund Great Rivers

Why You Should Join the Great Rivers YPB

Great Rivers Named Finalist for Outstanding Nonprofit

Ticket Sales Annual Awards Party 2018

Third Annual YPB Sunset Social

Guest Column: Fred the Turtle

Tom Sager Retires from Board of Directors

Great Rivers Mourns the Loss of Louise Green

Give STL Day is May 2nd

Join Great Rivers at the Chocolate Factory

Great Rivers Visits Kansas City

Why I Joined the Great Rivers Board of Directors

We’re Coming to Kansas City

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