Mississippi River Program

Along the mighty Mississippi River American Land Conservancy (ALC). is working to restore the ecological health of the river while also boosting local economies.
In the Middle Mississippi River ALC is conserving and restoring islands, side channels, natural floodplains, native forests, and wetlands that provide critical habitat for threatened and endangered species and also help mitigate flooding impacts.

Along the Lower Mississippi River ALC is conserving habitat, expanding public access, and creating recreation opportunities such as fishing, hunting, birding, boating, and wildlife watching. ALC is also helping to create a new Lower Mississippi River Water Trail and helping to implement much-needed floodplain restoration projects.
Read about their feature project on the lower river, Buck Island, near Helena, Arkansas to learn more.

Contact Mississippi River Program

Jennifer Frazier
Route 1
P.O. Box 600C
Marble Hill, Missouri  63764
Phone: (573) 866-9989
Fax: (573) 866-3330


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National Program

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