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.

 
 

Your larry

Larry played a special part in our community and in all of our hearts.

Share your story of Larry Martin with the Martin Family and the "Love 4 Larry" website visitors. 

 

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Arrangements

"The JRBP family and the community at large has lost a great advocate and friend."

The Martin Family has created the "Love 4 Larry" website which includes information on visitation & funeral arrangements, life celebration event, memories, photos, and memorial donations.

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Tickets on sale now

Connect and be a part of this beautiful fall gathering, surrounded by the Ozarks' most vital resource - our local water.

Come dressed in your finest fall attire for this outdoor event, Sunset Soirée; the second annual Bridge to Clean Water fundraiser benefitting the James River Basin Partnership's 501(c)3 mission.

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Get your Guide

Written and illustrated to help explorers like you navigate our waterways while learning about the rich history, fascinating geology, and unique plants & animals found throughout our alluring and charming Southwest Missouri watershed.

Shipped directly to your door!

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Christian 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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Enter to win

We need your help...!
Do you live within the James River watershed? 
Your answers will help us and our partner agencies understand your views as a local watershed citizen as we continue to write and research a Watershed Management Plan.
 

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