Midwest Natural Resources Group (MNRG)
MNRG was formally established in 1998 as a forum for Federal agency senior executives to obtain proactive coordination of activities and to clearly establish the proper role of each Federal bureau with the Midwest, including the Upper Mississippi River, Missouri River, Ohio River and the Great Lakes watersheds. The MNRG aims to achieve this overarching goal through enhanced communications, coordination and collaboration on mutually recognized resource issues and by providing timely interagency assistance where needed.
Working together, the agencies represented by this group are committed to bringing results to the American public in the communities, towns, and farms of the Midwest.
Root River Stewardship Council - ongoing collaborative project
- Planning Committee Chair - Chris Urban (email@example.com)
- Communications Chair - Martin Lowenfish (Martin.Lowenfish@wdc.usda.gov)
Overview map of MNRG watersheds
|Detroit-St. Clair River watershed||Ohio River watershed (outside MNRG)|
|Fox River-Green Bay watershed||Ozark Plateau watershed (inside MNRG)|
|Great Lakes watershed||Ozark Plateau watershed (outside MNRG)|
|Illinois River watershed||Saginaw River-Bay watershed|
|Minnesota River watershed||Saint Croix watershed|
|Missouri River watershed (inside MNRG)||Southern Lake Erie watershed|
|Missouri River waterhsed (outside MNRG)||Southern Lake Michigan Crescent watershed|
|Ohio River watershed (inside MNRG)||Upper Mississippi River watershed|