preserve | restore | protect

Mill Creek Watershed Coalition

Take a course in good water and air; and in the
eternal youth of Nature you may renew your own.

- John Muir

COMMENTS NEEDED!
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why it matters

no water
no life
no blue
no green


- Sylvia Earle

mill creek is h2o

Mill Creek, southwest of Newburg, MO, and part of the Ozark Plateaus aquifer system, is one of a handful of Missouri streams with a naturally reproducing trout population. Mill Creek and its diverse ecosystems depend upon cold, clear water from the many springs found along its course for health and productivity. Wilkins Spring discharges about 14,400 cubic feet of water per hour and serves as a major source for Mill Creek.

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Credit: M.M. Robinson

preserve | restore | protect

mill creek
watershed coalition

In an age when man has forgotten his origins and is blind even to his most essential needs for survival, water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifference.

- Rachel Carson

discover mill creek

Mill Creek has a long, colorful history for such a short, crystal-clear stream. Find out more and learn about projects important to the watershed.

mill creek history

worthy of

preservation

Learn more about Mill Creek valley and its history, as described by a long-time valley resident.

comments needed

planning for

restoration

The U.S. Forest Service is requesting comments from the public regarding areas of need and interest. DEADLINE TO COMMENT WAS MARCH 6, 2020. But comments may be accepted late. Please click the link below and send your comments TODAY!

annual cleanup

working on

protection

The MCWC annual, Spring cleanup is tentatively scheduled for October 3, 2020. This event is attended by individuals and community groups, young and old alike. Mark your calendar to day and plan to attend. For more information, click the link below.