"Current" News - Newsletter of Missouri National Recreational River
Get the latest on natural and cultural resources and their management and protection.
Latest Issue! Summer/Fall 2012 Vol 2 Number 2
Why MNRR is a National Park, Turtle Surveys, River Steward Recognition, What's New in Interpretation and Education, Stakeholder Boat Tours, MNRR Water Trail, Stay on the Path, MNRR Property
Winter/Spring 2012 Vol 2 Number 1
Outstandingly Remarkable Values, New Chief of Interpretation, Stakeholder Boat Tours, Prairie Restoration at Mulberry Bend, Vegetation After the Flood, Floating The Real Missouri River, General Land Office Records
Vol 1 Number 1
In this issue - Mass Movement Along the Missouri River, What is the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act? At Risk: Least Terns and Piping Plovers On The Niobrara River, Meridian Bridge History, Volunteers Promote Native Plants, Northern Leopard Frog, Oral History Project
Vol 1 Number 2
In this issue - Flood Response Monitoring at Bow Creek, Flood Photopoints, Flood Waters and Weeds: Friends or Foes? Trash talk: Cleaning Up the Missouri, Invading the Classroom: Using Invasive Species To Teach, Realities of Early Steamboat Travel
"Undercurrents" - MNRR Division of Interpretation Newsletter
Published annually with intermittent updates throughout the year.
Undercurrents 2009.0 (2.3 MB) - In this issue: Chief Ranger Retires, Under the Meridian Bridge, Doing Your Part: Leave No Trace Ethics, Bow Creek Recreation Area Open To Public, Chief Standing Bear, Resource Manager Heads West
Undercurrents 2008.3 (1.8 MB) - In this issue: Superintendent Takes The Helm On The Big Muddy, Protecting Your Rivers, Grant Marsh: Master of the Big Muddy, Park Offices To Move, Seven principles Of Leave No Trace