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Great Rivers Greenway to host ribbon cutting celebration for New Busch Greenway extension in St. Charles County on May 22

New four-mile segment connects KATY Trail, Missouri Research Park, Weldon Spring and August A. Busch Conservation Areas

Residents of the region are now able to walk, bike or run all the way from the KATY Trail to the August A. Busch Conservation Area thanks to a new four-mile extension of the Busch Greenway.

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Join us this summer for the "Try the Greenways" Bicycle Ride Series

Series of short, easy-paced, evening rides on paved trails to explore greenways across the region.

Great Rivers Greenway has teamed up with Trailnet for a series of free “Try the Greenways” rides May 4th through September 28th.

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Free Shuttle Service from Laclede's Landing to the Arch

Free shuttle service for downtown attractions in and around CityARchRiver Project launched April 20th.

With the transformation of the Arch Grounds underway, residents and tourists alike can still explore and enjoy everything the area has to offer via a convenient, free shuttle.

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Investing in Open Spaces

Celebrating Earth week by thanking the many partners who have graciously donated land or granted easements to build greenways for you to explore and enjoy!

This Earth Day week, Great Rivers Greenway would like to thank the numerous partners over the years that have graciously donated land or easements to make it possible for us to connect the region together in a network of greenways.

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AREA RESIDENTS ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF SLAVERY AT THE GREAT JUBILATION EVENT ON MAY 9

The event, which will be held at the Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing, will feature the presentation of a $500 scholarship to an eligible student pursuing a degree in history.

On Saturday, May 9, 2015, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., the St. Louis region is invited to watch local history come alive at Missouri’s first nationally-recognized underground railroad site, the historic Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing.

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Bike St. Louis Progress

Phase III of Bike St. Louis, the street routes for bicycles in the City of St. Louis, is making progress! Signage and markings are being added all over the city so people can explore and enjoy all that St. Louis has to offer by bicycle. Started last fall, this construction will be finished in the next two months. We're celebrating on Saturday, April 25th, more info on that at www.bikestlouis.org. Here's what you need to know about the current construction:

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Greenway Rangers on Riverfront Trail In Partnership With Urban League

Great Rivers Greenway is thrilled to be partnering with the Urban League to implement a greenway ranger program on the North Riverfront Trail. Not only will this partnership provide excellent job training and employment for our community with the Save Our Sons program, but also enhances the experience for those using our network of greenways to be active, get around town or just enjoy being outside.  

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Exploring the Busch Greenway: Missouri Research Park to August A. Busch Conservation Area

Busch Greenway linking Missouri Research Park and the August A. Busch Conservation Area popular new outdoor space for running, walking and biking in St. Charles County. Here are some things you need to know before you go!

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Confluence Trash Bash Set for March 21, 2015

Volunteers needed for 7th Annual cleanup of rivers and creeks within the Mississippi and Missouri river watershed Great Rivers

We are pleased to be be a sponsor along with St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District and Missouri American Water of the 7th annual Confluence Trash Bash scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Bike Share Study Report to the Community

Making St. Louis an active, vibrant city is our main priority! In 2014, Great Rivers Greenway undertook an effort to execute a feasibility study on the concept of bringing a Bike Share program to the St. Louis region. We are pleased to present a thoughtful and thorough report, produced by all of the good work the community did this year.

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