Water Protection Program
Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy
Nutrient Reduction Strategy documents
The Clean Water Commission held a public comment session about the strategy at their Oct. 1 meeting at the Truman Hotel in Jefferson City.
Comments were also accepted via email through Oct. 31, 2014.
Note: Several comments received were more than 200 pages long. Those comments are available upon request but due to their size are not being posted online.
Vision: “Missouri citizens working together to ensure all Missouri waters have acceptable levels of nutrients that maintain water quality for designated uses.”
The primary goal of the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy Committee (committee) is to develop a comprehensive, integrated state level nutrient reduction strategy that is science-based, effective, achievable and economically sustainable.
The committee is chaired by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. To date, there have been 162 individuals representing 54 different organizations or groups that have participated in meetings or other activities.
The committee presented a draft Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy for public review and comments prior to Sept. 30, 2014
Nutrient Reduction: Background and Issues
Dec. 3, 2013 - USDA, EPA Partnership Supports Water Quality Trading To Benefit Environment, Economy (USDA News Release)
All meetings will be streamed live to the Web. Live streaming broadcasts are available here.
Note: You must have Adobe® Flash® Player installed on your computer to be able to view the live broadcasts.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources
P.O. Box 176
Jefferson City, MO 65102