Resources and Links

Below are links to various garden resources, organizations and other sites of interest.

The Audubon Center at Riverlands is a centerpiece of the National Audubon Society’s Mississippi River Initiative, which is focused on restoring and protecting habitat and water quality along the entire length of theMississippi. The Mississippi River is one of our nation's most important natural assets. Covering 41 percent of the continental U.S, its watershed stretches across the heart of the nation—spanning the far reaches of the Platte River in Nebraska to the Great Lakes—and hosting a globally significant flyway and habitat for more than 325 species of birds. The Mississippi River is a national treasure, with tremendous economic and ecological importance. Audubon’s Mississippi River Initiative is developing a new vision for the River with its many public and private partners. Audubon is involved in efforts to restore and protect critical habitat for birds, otherwildlife, and people on more than 2 million acres in the Mississippi watershed.

Great Rivers Environmental Law Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing free and reduced-fee public interest legal services to individuals and organizations working to  protect and preserve Missouri's environment. In 2012, we celebrated our 10th Anniversary.

The Green Center is an arts and environmental education organization dedicated to helping people understand the natural world through hands-on experiences, restoring native habitats, and encouraging artistic expression inspired by nature.