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Uniting Missouri Stream Teams in our Great Rivers State: A Look at Advocacy, Education and Stewardship

Presentation by Mary Culler, Executive Director of Stream Teams United

Mary Culler shares how Stream Teams United has focused on Advocacy, Education and Stewardship going into their 35th year. She will also touch on their Paddle MO program.

Time and Place

Wednesday, July 12, 2023
7:00 pm

Bike Stop Cafe
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Presentation by Mary Culler, Executive Director of Stream Teams United

Wednesday, July 12th, 2023

  • 7 p.m. presentation (6 p.m. Social Hour)

This presentation will take place at the Bike Stop Café –701 S Riverside Dr – St. Charles, MO (directions below)

Presentation is FREE and open to the public! 

Hosted by Greenway Network

Stream Teams United serves as the statewide non-profit partner of the Missouri Stream Team Program and is a coalition of 23 Stream Team Associations that each work collaboratively in their local watersheds to conserve and improve Missouri’s waterways.   As the Missouri Stream Team Watershed Coalition, Stream Teams United helps unite river stewards across the state, collaborates with Stream Team Associations on education and stewardship projects, and helps lead water and stream advocacy efforts.

As we approach our 25th year as a non-profit organization, and the 35th year of the Missouri Stream Team program, we’ll take a look at current Advocacy, Education, and Stewardship efforts throughout Missouri, including ways to be involved in advocating for our rivers and continuing to grow the Missouri Stream Team community.  Plus – we’ll share a glimpse of the upcoming 2023 Paddle MO Capitol to Capitol Missouri River adventure – including special guests, new destinations, and opportunities for connecting more people to the Missouri River.

Mary Culler serves as the Director of Stream Teams United, a non-profit coalition of Missouri Stream Team Associations.  She has worked in the field of water resources for over 17 years, with most of her career focusing on the rivers, lakes, and streams of Missouri.  She received an M.S. in Environmental Science from Iowa State University where she conducted research on highly altered stream systems.  Through her current efforts at Stream Teams United, Mary works at a statewide level to help promote and support the efforts of Missouri’s 23 Stream Team Associations, and facilitate education, stewardship, and advocacy for Missouri’s waterways.

Directions

  • Bike Stop Cafe – 701 S Riverside Dr, St Charles, MO 63301
  • Take I-70 to exit 229B for S 5th Street in Saint Charles.
  • Continue north on S 5th Street.
  • Turn Right onto Boone’s Lick Road.
  • Turn Left onto S Riverside Drive.
  • Turn into the parking lot.

There is a parking lot available along with street parking.

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