Letter from Executive Director - Ralph Pfremmer
Despite public outcry, St. Charles County and the University of Missouri push bad land deal forward.
Magnificent Missouri’s mission is to conserve and increase appreciation of the Katy Trail and the last 100 miles of the Missouri River Valley — as a premier regional asset — through education, events, and collaborative projects.
Hear from our Executive Director, Ralph Pfremmer, sharing a bit of his story as he comes on board to lead Magnificent Missouri.
Wildlife Champions Dan and Connie Burkhardt Honored with National Conservation Leadership Award
The tranquility of the Katy Trail will soon be jeopardized if the St. Charles County Council and the University of Missouri system get their way.
EcoHealth Network Launches in St. Louis
The National Wildlife Federation has recognized Dan and Connie Burkhardt for being leading voices in the efforts to protect Missouri wildlife and habitat.
Magnificent Missouri Announces Executive Director
A huge thanks is due for anyone being a part of the launch of the EcoHealth Network meeting back in May.
Over 100 miles of Katy Trail closed to flooding
Dan Burkhardt, President of Magnificent Missouri, announced today that the not-for-profit has hired its first Executive Director, Ralph Pfremmer.
Peers Store Music Lineup May 2019
Flooding along the Missouri River has devastating effects on Katy Trail businesses, communities.
Rivertowns Film Screening
Join us at Peers Store for live music each week!
Forest ReLeaf’s Tree Camp
Rivertowns film shown at Hermann Showboat Community Center.
Honeysuckle Sweep Month – March 2019
Elementary and middle school students learn biology through Tree Camp.
Rivertowns: 100 Miles, 200 Years, Countless Stories
Opportunity to learn and engage in effort to Stop the Honeysuckle.
Rivertowns documentary released in collaboration with the Nine Network telling the stories of Growing Up with the River.
Carving from 100 year old tree complete in Trealor.