Below is a list of all of our tool boxes. Clicking on any one will bring you to a page with all the details and materials on that particular tool box.
The Launch Toolbox is full of useful information on how to announce the 1 Mississippi Campaign, including a Letter to the Editor, newsletter article, and press release.
The Everyday Toolbox contains documents to promote the 1 Mississippi Campaign for things that come up on a day-to-day basis.
The Event Toolbox has everything you need to host the 1 Mississippi Campaign exhibit at your River Event, including a newsletter article, a press release and a talking points document to be used by event volunteers.
The image gallery has a collection of Mississippi River photos for members to use in reports, promotional materials and on web pages which will be added to often.
- To download an image, first click on the photo. The image opens in a preview size. Each image is available to download in three different sizes: thumbnail (smallest), preview and original (biggest). To download an image on a standard PC, right click on the image of your choice and select “Save Image As.” Then save the image to your desktop or folder.
- Images are sorted into six categories: cities, industry-development, landscapes, people, pollution and wildlife. To find images with one of these specific tags, chose a category from the drop down menu at the top of the page.
- If you have images that you would like to add to this image gallery, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archived Webinar Materials
MRN Media Review of 2011 Mississippi River floods / Overview of MRN Member toolboxes (January 18, 2012)
The Farm Bill and the Mississippi River: A long and complex relationship (May 17, 2012)
The link between the Farm Bill and a healthy Mississippi River (September 25, 2012)
Research on the values and opinions of the Mississippi River basin farming community (November 15, 2012)
An Analysis of Water Resources Development Act of 2013. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (November 15, 2012)
Using these instructions, you can place a web “banner” onto your website, which will promote and link to the 1mississippi.org website, helping drive both traffic and awareness. Currently, we have a vertical “skyscraper” banner that measures 160 x 600 pixels, a standard format for this type of banner.
You can either right click the image to the right to save it and place it on your own website (just please link it to http://1mississippi.org), or you can cut/paste the code below (or email the below code to your web master):
Using these instructions, you can place a web “banner” onto your website, which will promote and link to the 1mississippi.org website, helping drive both traffic and awareness. Here is a horizontal banner that measures 728 x 90 pixels.
You can either right click the image below to save it and place it on your own website (just be sure to link it to http://1mississippi.org), or you can cut/paste the code below (or email the below code to your web master):