Crayfish, Caddisflies, Scud, Oh My!

by Maggie Hennessey, MCE Clean Water Outreach and Advocacy Intern On Friday, March 18th, MCE Clean Water Policy Coordinator, Alicia Claire Lloyd and I attended the Missouri Stream Team Introductory Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Workshop. On this chilly spring day, we had the opportunity to learn about stream monitoring in a classroom setting before putting…

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Interactive Watershed Maps

Find your watershed on our interactive maps! St. Louis and Kansas City area maps follow. Once you find your watershed, click here to become a Watershed Warrior! To use the maps: Arrow to down in the “Legend” frame to display “Layers”  frame. Check/uncheck selection boxes to show or hide layers of information. Zoom in and…

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New Radioactive Reports from EPA are Cause for Concern at the Smoldering West Lake Landfill

PRESS RELEASE                                                                                                        March 24, 2016 Contact:  Ed Smith, esmith@moenviron.org, (314) 727-0600 New Radioactive Reports from EPA are Cause for Concern at the Smoldering West Lake Landfill St. Louis, MO: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a new report on the extent of radioactive wastes at the smoldering West Lake Landfill in St. Louis County….

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How MCE Influences Policy, and How You Can, Too!

You probably learned about the three branches of government and the idea of checks and balances in school. You probably also learned that ours is a “government for the people, by the people.” These basic principles are at the root of MCE’s work. We believe that if people are actively engaged in our governmental processes…

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