Greater Kansas City City Nature Challenge

This year the Kansas City Zoo is teaming up with the city of Kansas City to participate in an international bio-blitz called The City Nature Challenge. The event occurs the week of April 30th through May 3rd 2021. Use citizen science and the iNaturalist platform to collect data on plants and...

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St. Louis City Nature Challenge

The City Nature Challenge is a fun competition that offers a terrific opportunity to connect with nearby nature. In addition to being fun, a reason to get outside, and a wonderful educational opportunity, the City of St. Louis uses the City Nature Challenge as a way to help build the City’s Urban...

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Earth Day Stewardship Showcase

A celebration of Missouri’s own stewards who are restoring the Earth, sponsored by Missouri Recycling Association. We look forward to sharing stories celebrating stewards from local libraries to schools and leaving you with some Earth-wise actions you can take in the coming days! Learn more...

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Earth Day Stewardship Showcase

A celebration of Missouri’s own stewards who are restoring the Earth, sponsored by Missouri Recycling Association. We look forward to sharing stories celebrating stewards from local libraries to schools and leaving you with some Earth-wise actions you can take in the coming days! Learn more...

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Earthday365: Environmental Justice Day of Action at O’Fallon Park

Sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation and in collaboration with the North Newstead Association and community members, join the Young Friends of earthday365 in this litter cleanup and eco-restoration project in O’Fallon Park. Opportunities for Community Science using the Marine...

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River Clean-up & Dock Bash

Meet up and team up at the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch to help clean up the St. Louis Riverfront! 9 billion tons of trash end up in the ocean every year. In fact, the Mighty Mississippi River is one of the largest sources of oceanic plastic debris. But with YOUR help, we can minimize our...

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Water For All: A Virtual Community Listening Session

We all need water – at home, at work, at play. In Kansas City, we are working to ensure that all people have access to safe, reliable, and affordable water and wastewater systems. Please consider joining Heartland Conservation Alliance and the Blue River Urban Waters Federal Partnership to...

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Advocacy for Environmental Education co-hosted by MEEA and KACEE

NAAEE’s Director of Policy & Affiliate Relations, Sarah Bodor, will talk about opportunities to advance EE under a new administration and new Congress. She will cover legislation being introduced that has the potential for significant impact on state and local programs, and sources of federal...

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Water For All: A Virtual Community Listening Session

We all need water – at home, at work, at play. In Kansas City, we are working to ensure that all people have access to safe, reliable, and affordable water and wastewater systems. Please consider joining Heartland Conservation Alliance and the Blue River Urban Waters Federal Partnership to...

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Collecting Data to Explore Plastic Pollution in Our Communities

The most democratic goal of education is to develop engaged citizens who are able to investigate compelling questions about their community and the world around them. National Geographic has developed the Geo-Inquiry Process as one way to achieve this goal by positioning students to develop the...

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Clean Water Educator Workshop

Get started in building your knowledge and understanding of stormwater issues in our area at an upcoming virtual teacher workshop. This virtual workshop is designed to help facilitate teachers’ desire to learn more about stormwater management and water quality while discovering new ways to bring...

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