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Get a free app for fun state park activities

Are you looking for a place to camp, fish, hike or enjoy activities on the water? Download a free app that will help you give you all kinds of fun options in Missouri State Parks.

MO Outdoors will also help you locate the best birdwatching and picnic areas and connect you to area regulations, seasonal information […]

Go biking & hiking for Father’s Day fun

For many, the COVID-19 pandemic sparked a new or renewed interest in outdoor activities. This Father’s Day, you can keep the fun going with these family hike or biking adventures in Kansas City or one of hundreds of parks nationwide.

In the Kansas City metro area, here are 11 trails that range from four to 25 miles along […]

Get free tickets to One Earth Film Fest

Watch the latest films on environmental social justice, waste, recycling, clean energy and food, including Kiss the Ground, at the free virtual One Earth Film Festival from March 5 – 14.

The One Earth Film Festival will feature:

Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth (Ages 3 to 10+), 11 a.m. CST, Saturday, March […]

Give your opinion on Climate Action Plan

Metro Kansas City area residents are invited to share feedback on a proposed regional blueprint for climate action that drastically reduces greenhouse gas emissions and supports resiliency from climate-related threats.

Over the past few months, the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) and Climate Action KC have worked to bring together diverse community perspectives and technical expertise to develop a set of […]

A community remembers an environmental leader

Dennis Murphey, retired chief environmental officer for Kansas City, MO, led the city’s effort to fight climate change for 13 years, putting Kansas City on the map for its 40-percent reduction in municipal greenhouse gas emissions. He died of COVID-19 on October 27.

Murphey joined the city in 2006 and retired in June 2019. During his tenure, […]