Envisioning clean water for you,
your children, and your grandchildren.

 

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 eight counties.

 

 
This is the southwest Missouri watershed map of the James River watershed. Note: "Basin" also means "watershed." A watershed is an entire river system. It is is an area of land where all the rain and tributaries drain to one common body of water - like a river. In our basin, it flows to the James River then into Table Rock Lake.

This is the southwest Missouri watershed map of the James River watershed. Note: "Basin" also means "watershed." A watershed is an entire river system. It is is an area of land where all the rain and tributaries drain to one common body of water - like a river. In our basin, it flows to the James River then into Table Rock Lake.

 

RIVER RESCUE

Come join us for our biggest annual river clean-up for an exciting day on the James River! We will be floating and cleaning up a 5-mile stretch south of Nixa - exact location to be announced to registered participants prior to the event.  Last year at River Rescue, 1,500 pounds of trash was collected along with 34 tires and 480 pounds of recyclable scrap metal. What will you help us find this year?

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Finley River days

Are you looking for River Jam? Due to the need to be more mission focused with our limited staff, River Jam has changed forms. This year you can find JRBP and Bass Pro Shops’ Outdoor Days hosting an aspect of River Jam, Finley River Days at the Sertoma Duck Race Festival on Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22 at Finley River Park in Ozark!

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Christian & Greene county rebate

Residents of both Christian County and Greene County can now participate in this rainwater harvesting rebate that will help add sustainable efforts to your home, conserve drinking water, and create a new way to tend to your garden. Receive $0.50 for every gallon your new rainwater harvesting unit collects, up to 300 gallons.
 

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URBAN STREAM QUEST

Explore Springfield’s urban streams with our online scavenger hunt, “Urban Stream Quest” along the South Creek and Wilsons Creek Greenway Trails. This activity will showcase ongoing stream restoration and protection efforts in the Springfield metro area while providing an opportunity for residents to explore two of the communities favorite greenway trails.

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