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More flood funds arrive
Our annual newsletter
2013 Tree Order Form
We turn 50 this year!
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Last week, we received just under $2 million in state funding to help pay for 20 more priority flood erosion projects, selected in part because of threats to structures. We expect another large disbursement soon. However, funds are limited; some of our projects may not receive funding. We continue to update property owners and advocate on their behalf. See our Flood 2012 webpage for updates.
The time is now! Place your order while our inventory is still strong! and give The Gift that Grows to a friend or neighbor. The 2013 Native Tree & Shrub Order Form is available, along with new photos and descriptions, all on our website.
Celebrating 5 decades of conservation!
2013 marks 50 years since the founding of South St Louis Soil and Water Conservation District. Here's to a half century of good work protecting and enhancing our area's natural resources! Wish us 'Happy 50th!' on Facebook! Write about your favorite conservation effort.
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