Fish Find New Homes in Missouri

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Wildlife Forever’s most ambitious conservation project in 15 years promises extraordinary benefits for wildlife and the people who live in and around the Missouri River. Through a unique partnership among local, state and federal agencies and private organizations, 865 acres have been added to the Jones-Confluence Point State Park in St. Charles County, located at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. The $1 million project is designed to preserve and develop the wetland ecosystem for waterfowl, other migratory birds, fish and wildlife. The park is scheduled to open to the public in 2004, and trails and interpretive signs will be provided.