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The James River Basin Partnership (JRBP) is a grassroots, not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization working to improve and protect the water quality of the springs, streams, rivers, and lakes in the James River Watershed which consists of almost a million acres of land in portions of 7 counties.

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Sunset Soiree – Mill Tour Photos

On Friday June 10, 2016, JRBP’s Sunset Soirée – A Bridge to Clean Water social gathering was held over the Finley River, next to the historic Ozark Mill in Ozark, Missouri. It was a beautiful evening that helped raise funds for JRBP and our ongoing mission to protect our waterways and educate our community on…

Day of Caring 2016 Recap

Thursday, August 18th was Day of Caring 2016, coordinated by United Way of the Ozarks. If you use the hashtags… #DayOfCaring #doc2016   …to search on Google, Facebook, or Twitter you will find hundreds of pictures from local non-profits and organizations showing how much they care for our community! JRBP and the City of Springfield came together with 20 volunteers…

Welcome Jim Lumpe

Welcome to the JRBP Board of Directors Jim Lumpe!   We are proud to have Jim Lumpe as the most recent addition to the JRBP Board of Directors. He enjoys spending his time gardening, beekeeping, floating, and fishing. We know Jim’s passions and dedication, to our community and its citizens, will help serve our non-profit and our local waterways.  …

Watershed “Snapshot Sampling” Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE James River Basin “Snapshot Sampling” Event SPRINGFIELD, Missouri (July 22, 2016) –  What is the quality of water within the James River basin? Tomorrow, July 23, 2016, the James River Basin Partnership will continue its work to answer that question. Thirty volunteers will be out in the heat, weeds and chiggers sampling 71…

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We hope that you are patient with us. You may be noticing a bit of website renovation. We hope that these changes will bring you MORE information, MORE education, and MORE ease as you  navigate through our website.

Sincerely,

The JRBP Staff


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