County Watershed Information
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What happens in our watersheds affects us, and our shared natural resources. We can all help protect our watersheds. It is important to learn about the streams, wetlands and ponds in your area. As the population continues to grow, it is imperative that we take necessary measures to keep our drinking water safe. Well-planned zoning, urban development, and application of safe agricultural and industrial practices play major roles in assuring a safe drinking water supply.

As human activities in Missouri continue to expand, it is critical for us to understand how such factors impact the state's watershed resources. One of our goals is to provide you with information to develop innovative ways to better manage watershed resources and the quality of your drinking water.

Missouri Watershed Information

Missouri State Extension Map

MoWIN Disclaimer: This watershed-related information by site was compiled using various sources: The Missouri Association of Counties, MORAP, OSEDA, USEPA, MoDNR, MDC and CARES. This information is a useful starting point. It is by no means comprehensive of what's available from various state, federal, non-governmental agencies, business and industries throughout the state of Missouri. We will try to keep it accurate and up-to-date. However, we cannot guarantee that it always will be. Comments, questions and suggestions regarding the accuracy of this information should be directed to relevant agencies using provided links.

Missouri Department
of Natural Resources

Missouri Watershed Information Network (MoWIN)
Send comments to:
205 Agricultural Engineering
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: (573) 882-0085
Toll Free: (MO only): 1-877-H20-shed (426-7433)
Fax: (573) 884-5650

Page last updated August 26, 2008