Our Rain Barrel Program, Save it FROM a Rainy Day - Fill 1,000 Barrels, offers 2 styles of rain barrels through partnerships with Wickman's Garden Village and the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Rain barrels collect water from roof downspouts and store it for later use to water garden plants, landscaping, and for other non-drinking uses. Rain barrels are available now as well as an instant rebate for Greene County residents. Happening Now!!! Diverter Kits For Sale at the Downtown Friday Night Farmers Market. Take a look! Learn More »
Would you like to help control storm water issues on your property as well as provide a place for color and biodiversity? Check out our rain garden info. Also see our 50 for 50 Rebate Program. A rebate will be given for the first 50 Rain Garden Kits purchased through our partnership with Smiling Sun, LLC. See the details of this program and what's included in these extremely comprehensive kit that can allow you to easily install a rain garden of your own. Learn More »
This program offers an on-site visit, a list of recommended pumpers, and a cost share program for the homeowner who lives inside the James River Basin and who participates in the program. If you're in need of a septic tank pump out, or know someone who is, call JRBP today 417 836-4847 or Learn More »
Proper fertilization of lawns is critical to cleaner water in the Ozarks. Excess fertilizer runs off your yard and into our waterways, creating environmental havoc in our streams. With this program you can learn how best to fertilize your lawn. Learn More »
A riparian corridor protection program: Owning land that borders a river or stream comes with its own set of joys and responsibilities. Learn more about this education and protection program. Learn More »
1 Glass 1 Dime 1 Time is a program asking you to donate just ten cents for the first glass of water you drink with this meal and ONLY the first glass. Money generated from the 1 Glass. 1 Dime. 1 Time. program will help fund James River Basin Partnerships (JRBP) projects & programs in the Ozarks and stay 100% local.