Local Groups


2016 | Spring Creek Watershed

Farmers and Missouri Department of Conservation are installing alternative water systems, riparian fencing and reinforced stream crossings, restoring riparian corridors, developing managed grazing plans and planting cover crops to improve fish habitat.

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2017 | Fishers & Farmers Science & Communications Teams

FFP GIS/science/outreach staff are communicating fish habitat conservation strategies that benefit UMRB streams/rivers, informing strategic habitat conservation plans and engaging people in conservation action.

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2017 | Shoal Creek Watershed

Farmers, Shoal Creek Woodlands for Wildlife Partnership and Ozark Land Trust are implementing a Marketing Action Plan to increase infiltration, improve stream channel habitat and reduce sediment and nutrient loading.

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2017 | Peno Creek Watershed

Missouri Department of Conservation, NRCS and others are providing technical and cost share assistance to Peno Creek Cooperative Partnership for watering systems, riparian corridor tree plantings, stream fencing and stream crossings.

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2018 | Fishers & Farmers Communications & Science Teams

FFP GIS/science/outreach staff are communicating fish habitat conservation strategies that benefit UMRB streams, informing strategic habitat conservation plans, monitoring social drivers and engaging people in conservation.

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2020 | Fishers & Farmers Communication Team

FFP communications is hosting workshops; Boots on the Ground, a monthly online conversation; and a radio/podcast with TheFarmWI.com, and is contributing to development of Midwest Watershed Training Center.

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100 Peno and Spencer Creek watershed farmers learn about soil health

Proving collaboration is possible

Cooperation between local partners in Pike County is increasing the number of cover cropped acres. Producers John and Sandy Scherder say it has everything to do with the will to connect.

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Fishers & Farmers Partnership's Watershed Leadership Network workshops

Growing grassroots change: Farmer-led conservation is getting a little help from its friends

“A watershed group was worth a try,” said farmer Brian McCulloh, “so I attended meetings with an open mind. It helps when neighbors struggle with the same challenges, to do better.”

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Native trees and grasses on the banks of Huzzah Creek

Landowner-led effort jumpstarts conservation practice adoption

Shoal Creek Woodlands for Wildlife, a bottom-up, self-organized group of local landowners and collaborators, connected neighbors and jumpstarted rapid adoption of conservation practices across the watershed.

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