UMOWA is working with local landowners, private businesses, and public agencies to stabilize the river banks along the Missouri River. Bank stabilization will decrease erosion and the building up of sediments downriver. By encouraging the growth of woody plants and roots, and by narrowing the access points used by animals to access the water, UMOWA seeks to improve the environmental health of the river for the long term.
Streambank Restoration Projects
Read Current Reports 2020
2020 Restoration Actions of the Upper Missouri Watershed Alliance - Read More
WOLF CREEK BRIDGE PROJECT - Read More
CASCADE PROJECT -Read More
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Upper Missouri Watershed Alliance is dedicated to protecting native vegetation and wildlife habitat by stabilizing the Upper Missouri River’s banks. Donate or volunteer at one of UMOWA’s restoration projects today!