Planning For A Sustainable Mississippi River

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Francis Slay, mayor of St. Louis
Gerald Galloway, professor of engineering, University of Maryland
Mark Fletcher, co-owner, Ceres Barge Line

The Mississippi River anchors one of the world's largest watersheds and is a vital waterway for transporting coal, grain and construction materials to domestic and foreign markets. Millions rely on the river for drinking water, and it is a rich fish and wildlife habitat and resource for recreation.

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