CAM Events

 

The CAM process is the result of an innovative, cooperative partnership between federal, state, county, city and University of Missouri officials

focused on using adaptive methods to implement a pollutant reduction plan to improve the water quality in Hinkson Creek and its watershed.

Urban Riparian Corridor Workshop- April 15th, 1 to 5 p.m.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial at Battle Garden

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Past CAM Events

April 8: Forum Nature Area Level Spreader Monitoring Report by Laura Wiseman

April 15: Macroinvertebrate Study Report by Geosyntec

                       Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Data Mining Report Hinkson Creek

April 22: A report on chloride data collection and studies by the Science Team

                         Chloride statement

April 29: Science Strategy discussion by the Science Team

                        PowerPoint presentation to accompany the Science Strategy presentation

 

 

 

 

Past CAM Events

Hinkson Creek Sampling Report Findings Presentation by MDNR

Press Release

Hinkson Creek CAM Stakeholders Annual Report Presentation at the 3M Ecological Restoration site.

Press Release

Stakeholder Tour of the Hinkson Creek Best Management Practices

A tour of installed Best Management Practices (BMP) in the Hinkson Creek Watershed. Stops include Battle High School, Sunrise Estates

and the University of Missouri.

Stakeholder Tour of the Hinkson Creek Watershed

On May 9, 2013, the Stakeholders toured the Hinkson Creek Watershed. Stops included Twin Lakes, Hinkson Creek Fields low water

crossing, Capen Park, the Walnut St. bridge, Hinkson Creek Rd., and Rogers Rd. 

Macro Invertebrate & Water Quality Sampling Event 4/10/13

On April 10, 2013, the Department of Natural Resources started sampling Hinkson Creek. Due to heavy rains, the Department finished

sampling on 4/22/13. The Department was able to sample all 11 historic sites on Hinkson Creek for water quality parameters and macro

invertebrates

Macro Invertebrate & Water Quality Sampling Event 10/9/12

On October 9-10, 2012, the Department of Natural Resources sampled eight of the 11 historic sites on Hinkson Creek for water quality

parameters and macro invertebrates.

Preliminary Hinkson Creek Spring 2012 Sampling Event Survey Results Released

Preliminary Data Shows Hinkson Improving Press Release

Preliminary Results of Spring 2012 Hinkson Creek Survey

What Makes a Healthy Stream Poster

Macro Invertebrate & Water Quality Sampling Event 4/3/12

On April 3, 2012, the Department of Natural Resources sampled eight of the 11 historic sites on Hinkson Creek for water quality

parameters and macro invertebrates.