Since the first human settlement on their banks, the Mississippi and Missouri rivers have given life and meaning to the St. Louis region. The confluence of two of North America’s greatest rivers has provided transportation, food, water, and, sometimes without regard to health, sewer services, for the St. Louis region. Today, with about 3 million people in close contact with the river’s influence, planning for the future is more important than ever.
Regional water management planners and users convened on October 14, 2010, to get the broad view on water in our region. Read more »