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Iowa Farmer Today (Sun 25 Oct, 2015)
Mayor hopeful 'report card' spurs action on river
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay hopes a new report on the Mississippi River watershed will spur renewed attention to the country's largest river system.


The Carroll County Times (Wed 21 Oct, 2015)
Oyster restoration effort underway in Patapsco River
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It's been more than a century since oysters thrived in the Patapsco River, but on Thursday two groups unveiled an ambitious plan to try to bring them back to the Chesapeake Bay's most degraded tributaries.


The Washington Post (Fri 16 Oct, 2015)
We're totally mismanaging the Mississippi River basin — and it's costing us
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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In a first-of-its-kind study, the American Watershed Initiative gave the Mississippi River basin, the fourth largest in the world, its first report card – and it probably won't be going up on the fridge.


Southeast Missourian (Thu 15 Oct, 2015)
River basin gets D+ grade in report card
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A recent assessment of the Mississippi River basin pointed out many shortcomings, particularly in infrastructure, although Southeast Missouri's riverside communities are not necessarily facing those same problems. America's Watershed Initiative on Wednesday released a report card, issuing grades in six categories, including flood control, transportation and recreation.


Bloomberg News (Thu 15 Oct, 2015)
Slay hopeful 'report card' spurs action on Mississippi River
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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Oct. 15--St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay hopes a new report on the Mississippi River watershed will spur renewed attention to country's largest river system.


St. Louis Post Dispatch (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Slay hopeful 'report card' spurs action on Mississippi River
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay hopes a new report on the Mississippi River watershed will spur renewed attention to country's largest river system.


Mankato Free Press (MN) (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
'Report card' gives Mississippi River basin a D+
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ST. LOUIS — A report card is out on the Mississippi River basin, and the grade is not good: a D+, with an aging transportation infrastructure topping the list of concerns.


St. Louis Public Radio (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Report card: Mississippi River basin gets a D+
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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The Mississippi River basin got its first-ever report card from the America's Watershed Initiative ... and it was nothing to write home about.


KCCI Des Moines (IA) (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Poor grade on Mississippi River basin 'report card'
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ST. LOUIS —A report card is out on the Mississippi River basin, and the grade is not good: a D+, with the river's aging transportation infrastructure topping the list of concerns.


Water World (Wed 14 Oct, 2015)
Leading orgs announce first-ever Report Card for Mississippi River Basin
Staff quoted: Heath Kelsey
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ST. LOUIS, MO, Oct. 14, 2015 -- Today, leaders representing organizations from more than 20 states gathered in St. Louis, Mo., and announced the release of a first-ever Report Card for the entire Mississippi River Basin, which stretches across all or part of 31 states and covers more than 41 percent of the U.S.



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