The Missouri National Recreational River (MNRR) is a partnership-based park. Within the 126-mile MNRR corridor the National Park Service works with federal, state, county, and city agencies as well as commercial interests, private citizens and public interest groups to protect park resources, provide visitor services and programs, enhancing the park's ability to carry out its mission.
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Ponca Chief Standing Bear's desire to return to his tribe's ancestral homeland along the lower Niobrara River resulted in a landmark federal court decision affirming that American Indians are persons under the U.S. Constitution. More...