River News

The Blog

From inspired reflections to in-depth policy analysis, the Mississippi blog roll is a must read.  Primarily authored by Mississippi River Network staff and member organizations; we also offer this space for guest blogs.

Please contact info@1mississippi.org with submissions!

The Newsletter

The 1 Mississippi newsletter is one of the most sought-out monthly publications on the River! We share current River happenings, action alerts, upcoming local events, and much more.

Receive the 1 Mississippi monthly newsletter in your inbox by becoming a River Citizen today! 

September 2019: Flowing into Fall on the Mississippi River

September 2019: Flowing into Fall on the Mississippi River

As Fall settles on the Mississippi River, we extend our gratitude to all who participated in last months’ River Citizens Challenge and to those who have shown up for the River this summer! From growing the community by spreading the word about 1 Mississippi (the only national public program dedicated to protecting and restoring the Mississippi River from headwaters to gulf) to taking advocacy action and attending local River-focused events.

Watch, Listen, Learn!

There are many ways to engage with the Mississippi River. We are dedicated to keeping River Citizens like you informed through various channels – check out a recent  podcast or webinar today!

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Step 1

Become a River Citizen

Yes! The River can count on me!

I am committed to protecting the Mississippi River and will take at least three actions to care for this valuable resource. Please keep me informed about actions I can take to protect the Mississippi River as a River Citizen:

 

Step 2

Educate Yourself

The 1 Mississippi program is implemented by the Mississippi River Network and is the nation’s only grassroots outreach effort focused on the entire Mississippi River with the goal to educate the public on the urgent issues facing the River.  The Mississippi River Network is a coalition of over 55 organizations working toward a healthy and resilient River for the land, water, wildlife, and people.

Nutrient pollution

Importance of floodplains and wetlands

Farm bill conservation programs

 

Step 3

Take Action

There are many ways you can take action for a healthy Mississippi River. We have a list of 10 actions you can take now. Check out our action center for current action alerts, bigger projects we are working on, and ways to get involved. You can also check out our events calendar to see what events are happening in your area.

10 actions you can take now!

The Action Center

Events Calendar

NO MORE DEAD ZONE – FULLY FUND PROVEN SOLUTIONS TO REDUCE NUTRIENT POLLUTION

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