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Creve Coeur Community Stewardship Ecological Restoration Project

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Missourians for Monarchs

Missourians for Monarchs is an organization formed in 2015 in order to bring together state and federal agencies, utilities, foundations, agricultural organizations, landowners, agribusinesses, and academic institutions in the large-scale effort to increase habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators.

Click here to visit their Facebook page.

Missouri Stream Team

From the Missouri Stream Team Website:

"Missouri Stream Team is a working partnership of citizens who are concerned about Missouri Streams. The Stream Team Program provides an opportunity for all citizens to get involved in river conservation. Attendees of the first Rivers and Streams Conference in 1988 set the following Stream Team goals:

1. Education:  Learning all you can about Missouri's 110,000 miles of flowing water is as easy as it is fun. Stream Team provides training and information to better understand our stream systems and the problems and opportunities they face.

2. Stewardship: "Hands-on" projects such as litter control, streambank stabilization, streamside tree planting, water quality monitoring, and storm drain stenciling, are all possibilities. Stream Team can help you plan a project or match you with an agency or organization effort.

3. Advocacy:  Speaking on behalf of your adopted stream when development or harmful activities tamper with them is not as difficult as you might think. Those who have gained firsthand knowledge of problems, solutions, and needs are best equipped to speak out on behalf of Missouri's stream resources. You want to write a letter, attend a meeting, or find another way to get involved."

World Bird Sanctuary

Opportunities exist for volunteers to assist bird-banding efforts by mending mist nets used in bird census efforts.

From the World Bird Sanctuary website:

"The World Bird Sanctuary is both a unique St. Louis attraction and entertaining environmental education opportunity. With over 305 acres and over 200 animals in our care, we offer a one-of-a-kind wildlife experience. The World Bird Sanctuary’s mission is to preserve the earth’s biological diversity and to secure the future of threatened bird species in their natural environments. We work to fulfill that mission through education, captive breeding, field studies and rehabilitation."

Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Area

The Missouri Master Naturalist Great Rivers Chapter has an existing partnership with the Commission overseeing the Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Area to accomplish the following:

1)  Ecological restoration and maintenance
2)  Work with Sunset Hills Parks Department to help identify and remove invasives
3)  Provide outreach and education
4)  Assist in developing overall plan for the area.
 
 

Read more: Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Area

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