Kansas City – Big Muddy Speaker Series
The Kansas City series is held at 7:00 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Our current venue is the Westport Coffeehouse Theater, but be sure to check this month’s presentation page for any changes or updates.
Kansas City was founded because of its location on the Missouri River. Today we are lucky to have so many experts willing to share their knowledge with us about this amazing river, its floodplain and the nature and history that surrounds it. We’re trying to keep the topics varied and interesting, but if you have an interest in the Missouri River, we think you’re going to love these.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
FarmVille 3.0: Measuring the success of integrated conservation practices in Northern Missouri
Presentation by Donald H. Wilkison, U.S. Geological Survey NOTE - This presentation is taking place on the FIFTH Tuesday of this month. Next month we'll return to our fourth Tuesday scheduling
This talk will focus on approaches to understanding how such conservation programs may affect water-quality, illustrate approaches for determining long-term trends in water quality, and explore how the lingering effects of drought may challenge assumptions about conservation effectiveness.
- Little Blue River Watershed Coalition
- Friends of Lakeside Nature Center
- Missouri River Relief
- Healthy Rivers Partnership
- Friends of Big Muddy
- Big Muddy National Fish & Wildlife Refuge
- Kansas City Digital Video
Thanks to all of our venue hosts for making this possible!
Recordings of Presentations
Kansas City Digital Video has been recording Big Muddy Speaker Series presentations. These are available on their website at this link. Some contain synchronized powerpoint presentations. We will be posting these to the archived presentation pages on bigmuddyspeakers.org.
Thanks Micheal Morgan and crew for putting this important archive online!