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LMRD 804 ~ Lower Mississippi River Dispatch
"Voice of the Lower Mississippi River"
~~~Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020~~~


Presented by Blessed Earth Southeast and 1 Mississippi, you will learn the importance of water in Scripture, about the opportunities and challenges facing the Mississippi River and its tributaries, and how you can make a difference as a person of faith through prayer and action.

Don't live near the Mississippi? No problem. The Mississippi River Watershed - the area drained by the river and its tributaries - covers an area of nearly 1.2 million square miles including all of Tennessee and Arkansas, portions of Louisiana and Mississippi, and several other states. Protecting and restoring this vital watershed is important to everyone in this area!

This free 45 minute webinar will show how you can combine prayer and action to help protect and restore the Mississippi River.

~~~Click Here to register for webinar~~~

Or paste into your browser: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/living-waters-webinar-combining-prayer-and-action-for-the-mississippi-tickets-123368483455?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=a87d5d89-7dd3-45ef-9e83-3ca935eaf971





1Mississippi -- Can the River Count on You?
Quapaw Canoe Company -- Clarksdale, Miss -- Southern campaign headquarters for the 1Mississippi River Citizen Program





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The Lower Mississippi River Dispatch

is brought to you courtesy of

The Quapaw Canoe Company

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Our Projects:

Rivergator: 1Million words describing the Lower Mississippi River, overseen by the LMRF:

www.rivergator.org

Wild Miles: 71% of the Lower Miss is wild according to river rats. Will it stay that way?

www.wildmiles.org

Our Friends:

Lower Mississippi River Foundation is dedicated to promoting stewardship of the Lower and Middle Mississippi River through deep engagement.

Big Muddy Adventures: adventures on the Missouri, Mississippi, Meramec and Illinois -- covering the Grand Central Station of America's rivers from home base St. Louis.

Our Range: