Great Rivers Environmental Law Center

Category: Community


Local Activists Work to Restore the Osage River Downstream of Bagnell Dam.

Norm Prenger and his neighbors have been working hard to restore the lower Osage River in Missouri.

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Chocolate Threatened by Climate Change!

Did you know that climate change threatens chocolate?

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16 Years with Great Rivers Environmental Law Center: Tom “Yusha” Sager Looks to the Past and Future as he Retires from the Board of Directors

May Great Rivers continue to be a positive force for our environment.

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Great Rivers Mourns Loss of Louise Green

Wife of our founder and mother of our President, honorary member of our Board, Louise’s loss is felt by all connected to Great Rivers.

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Give STL Day is May 2nd!

This year, we are setting our sights on a $1,000 bonus prize, and you can help!

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Great Rivers visits Kansas City group

Sarah Willey, Director of Development and Community Outreach at Great Rivers, spoke at the Monday, March 5th meeting of the Sustainable Sanctuary Coalition in Prairie Village, Kansas.

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Why I Proudly Joined the Board of Great Rivers Environmental Law Center

this guest blog post was written by Garrett Broshuis My grandfather and grandmother raised their ten kids in the forested hills of Bollinger County. You had to drive five miles down two rocky country roads to visit them, and in…

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We’re coming to Kansas City!

We want to see you while we’re in town – check out our schedule!

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Fight Climate Change with your Search Engine!

Did you know that your online searches could fight Climate Change??

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Great visit to Springfield, MO

On Wednesday, October 11th, Sarah spoke to the Springfield Democratic Alliance about the importance of environmental law and citizen activism under an anti-environment political administration.

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