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Environmental Echo (EE) is posting a link to the June issue of the Missouri Environmental Educators Association (MEEA) newsletter. It has some great information on the regional history of trying to manage rivers and a map rendering that should not be missed.
Find the link on Environmental Echo HERE.
Meramec Caverns is closed due to environmental contamination of a substance called TCE, a chemical used in automotive parts manufacturing and cleaning. But how did the popular Missouri show cave become contaminated with TCE in the first place?
Jo Shaper is the guest on this Environmental Echo podcast with Don Corrigan.
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Chapman shares the latest updates about the group’s latest efforts to protect the community from the West Lake Landfill radioactive contamination.
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Environmental Echo Editor Don Corrigan presented his paper, “Black Faces, Natural Spaces,” last week at the 2016 American Cultural Association / Popular Culture Association (ACA/PCA) in Seattle, Washington.
To view Don’s presentation and learn more about his trip CLICK HERE.
Brian Ettling, a seasonal park ranger at Crater Lake National Park, is the guest on this week’s “Behind the Editor’s Curtain” with Don Corrigan.
The St. Louis native shares his experiences as a park ranger, what to expect as a visitor at a national park, and also his advocacy efforts to educate the public about climate change.
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Susan Flader, Ph.D., talks to Don Corrigan about the new State Parks added to the book, the 100th Anniversary of the parks system, and several surprising facts and issues surrounding Missouri’s State Parks.
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