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August 2018
MML NEWS

MOTOR FUEL TAX INCREASE … During the final week of the 2018 legislative session, the Missouri General Assembly passed HB 1460 that places a ballot measure on the Nov. 6, 2018, ballot increasing the state motor fuel tax.  If approved by voters, the ballot measure would:
  • Increase the state's motor fuel tax by $.10 from the current $.17 per gallon in increments of 2.5 cents a year over four years, bringing the state fuel tax to $.27 per gallon; and
  • Provide municipalities an additional $60,000,000 annually in revenue, when fully implemented, to fund local transportation projects.
Find a list on the League’s website prepared by the Missouri Department of Transportation showing how much more revenue a municipality will receive if the motor fuel tax increase passes in November. Learn more at www.safermo.com.

NEW MISSOURI LAWS TAKE EFFECT … Aug. 28, 2018, is the date when most legislation passed by the Missouri General Assembly and signed by Governor Parson becomes law. Legislation with a specified effective date or with an emergency clause is the only exception to the Aug. 28 date. Find a list of the legislation that passed, and the action taken by the Governor here. Legislation that was vetoed by the Governor could stand for an override vote during the General Assembly’s Sept. 12 override session.
 
REMINDER TO READOPT ANNUAL FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE ORDINANCES … When the General Assembly adopted the ethics/personal financial disclosure law in 1991, an MML-supported amendment allowed municipal officials to adopt their own simplified personal financial disclosure requirements by ordinance. This law affects only municipalities with an annual operating budget in excess of $1 million. The General Assembly requires each political subdivision to readopt the ordinance every two years. However, in order to avoid the significant consequences of the failure to readopt the ordinance, we urge each municipality with an annual operating budget more than $1 million to adopt the personal financial disclosure ordinance by Sept. 15, 2018, and forward a copy of the ordinance to the Missouri Ethics Commission, P.O. Box 1370, Jefferson City, MO 65102. Learn more at https://www.mec.mo.gov/.
 
CALL FOR MML BOARD NOMINATIONS … If you would like to be considered for the MML Board of Directors, please send a letter of interest to Mayor Carson Ross, Nominating Committee Chair, at League headquarters: Missouri Municipal League, 1727 Southridge Dr., Jefferson City, MO, 65109. You may also email Richard Sheets at RSheets@mocities.com or send a fax to 573-635-9009. The Nominating Committee will meet in open session at the start of the MML Annual Conference in Branson on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, to hear from interested candidates. The Committee will propose a slate of candidates to be voted on by MML members at the MML business meeting on Sept. 18, 2018.
 
MML WECLOMES NEW MEMBERS … MML is happy to welcome three new members: City of Miller, Missouri Main Street Connection, and Barry Lawrence County Ambulance District. Welcome!
 
MISSOURI MUNICIPAL LEAGUE COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ... The MML College Scholarship committee has announced the winners of the 2018 MML College Scholarship. The winners are: Greg Anderson, O’Fallon; David Beckman, St. Peters; Shakedra Knight, Parkville; Jeffery LaFountain, Kirksville; and Bridget Waters, St. Louis. The Missouri Municipal League Board of Directors established the scholarship program to assist those employed in municipal government with furthering their education. The program provides five, $500 college scholarships for fulltime employees of municipal government. The scholarship program is supported in part by funds generated by the golf tournament prior to the start of the MML Annual Conference.

 

MML EVENTS


MML ANNUAL CONFERENCE … Register today to join us for the 84th MML Annual Conference Sept. 16-19, 2018, in Branson, Missouri! Don’t miss this opportunity to network and receive expert advice on issues you face regularly in local government. Learn more about the speakers, review the schedule and register today!
  • MML 7th Annual Scholarship Golf Outing … Join us for golf at Top of the Rock on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Four-person scramble. Check in and lunch at 11:30 a.m., with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Learn more and register here.
  • Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association Master Academy … The MoCCFOA Master Academy requires a separate registration. Learn more and register for the MoCCFOA Master Academy Sept. 16, 2018, at the MML Annual Conference.
  • Handouts available online and on the MML Mobile App … The MML Annual Conference handouts for sessions will be available for download on the MML Conference page prior to the Conference. Printed handouts will not be provided at the sessions. Attendees are encouraged to review these session handouts prior to the Conference and may choose to print and bring them to the Conference or download when returning home. Handouts will also available on the MML mobile app!
MML REGIONAL MEETINGS … Regional meetings are a great opportunity to learn, share best practices and network in a smaller event setting with local officials and municipal employees in neighboring cities. Learn more and register for a regional meeting in your area today!  
  • MML Central Region will meet in Sedalia Oct. 17, 2018
  • MML Northwest Region will meet in Lathrop Oct. 18, 2018
  • MML Southeast Region will meet in Jackson Oct. 25, 2018
  • MML West Gate Region will meet in Raymore Oct. 25, 2018
  • MML Southwest Region will meet in Bolivar Oct. 30, 2018. This workshop will emphasize regulation of animals and is cosponsored by Mel Gilbert with Gilbert law Office, LLC.
  • MML Northeast Region will meet in Hannibal Nov. 1, 2018
MML WEBINARS … Check out what’s coming up. Register for upcoming webinars and check out the pre-recorded webinars at www.mocities.com/webinars.
  • Oct. 4: Legacy Leadership, presented by Ron Holifield, Strategic Government Resources
  • Oct. 24: Derelict Properties: How Local Government Can Take Action, presented by Stephanie Karr, Curtis, Heinz, Garrett and O’Keefe, P.C.
  • Oct. 30: Understanding New Missouri Collective Bargaining Laws, presented by Ivan Schraeder, Wagner Law Group
STATEWIDE NEWS

DED NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM … The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced in July that it would award $7.3 million through its Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) to nonprofits across Missouri for community development projects. NAP helps not-for-profit organizations raise private-sector funds by providing partial state tax credits to businesses that make contributions to approved community improvement projects. Learn more.

MOCCFOA STATE SCHOLARSHIPS 2018-2019 … Members of the Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association have an opportunity to apply for financial support to attend key upcoming MoCCFOA Professional Development institutes and conferences.   Each year, the executive board approves funding to assist colleagues in being able to attend and in order to keep growing and contributing to their communities. Typical requirements for applicants include: the completion of an application; a personal statement of goals and professional interests; a commitment by the municipal employer allowing the applicant time off to attend; and an identification of how ongoing participation and involvement into the future will be supported (beyond the MoCCFOA Scholarship). Additional scholarship details and the current application will be shared via the MoCCFOA listserve, as events draw nearer. For questions, contact Kathy Marlock at kmarlock@cityofshrewsbury.com or (314) 647-5795 ext. 212.
  • Regional Conferences, October 2018
  • Annual Spring Institute, March, 2019
  • New Clerks Conference, March, 2019
MISSOURI RURAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS SURVEY … Missouri Rural Development Partners (MRDP) is Missouri’s federally authorized state rural development council. MRDP is committed to linking key agencies and organizations that serve rural Missouri to facilitate an understanding of what the agencies and organizations offer and how we can work together to address the needs of rural Missouri. An annual Missouri survey helps inform MRDP about key issues and needs, as well as stakeholders and partners across the state. The 2018 survey is underway, and MRDP seeks your participation. Click here to take the 2018 Survey! The results of the 2017 survey can be found here.

MISSOURI’S VOLKSWAGEN TRUST PROGRAM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO MUNICIPALITIES THIS FALL …
In 2016, the United States settled complaints against Volkswagen. The settlement resolved Clean Air Act violations Volkswagen committed by selling approximately 590,000 vehicles with diesel engines having emissions defeat devices. During normal operation, the vehicles emitted levels of nitrogen oxides that exceeded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) standards.  Emissions contained concentrations of nitrogen oxides up to 40 times EPA’s standard. Nitrogen oxides are a precursor of ground-level ozone, a pollutant of concern in Missouri. 
 
The Volkswagen federal consent decree requires Volkswagen to take several actions, such as paying $2.9 billion to a national environmental mitigation trust fund. Beneficiaries — in this case, states — must use their shares to fund specific projects that reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides from mobile sources. The number of affected vehicles sold in the state is the basis for Missouri’s approximate $41 million share.
 
Award Categories and Funding
  • School buses with 2009 and older engines can be replaced with a new bus or engine ($12 million)
  • Large and medium government-owned trucks with 1992 to 2009 engine can be replaced with a new vehicle or engine ($6 million)
  • Transit and shuttle buses with 2009 and older engines can be replaced with a new bus or engine ($4 million)
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold a public meeting to continue the engagement process with all interested parties and share their plan to reduce NOx emissions. The public meeting is Aug. 30, 2018,  in Jefferson City. DNR will present information about the beneficiary mitigation plan, implementation guidelines, and the school bus application round.  Learn more at https://dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/vw/index.html. To stay informed, sign up for the VW Trust email list at https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/MODNR/subscriber/new?topic_id=MODNR_584.
 
ALL AMERICA CITY APPLICATIONS … Each year communities from across the country compete for the All-America City Award, telling the story of their community and their work. The 2019 applications are due by March 5, 2019. Learn more and apply.

SAVE THE DATE … the National League of Cities (NLC) Board of Directors selected Kansas City, Missouri, to host its 2022 City Summit conference Nov. 16-19, 2022. The event will bring thousands of city leaders, corporate partners and city staff to Kansas City for four days of educational seminars, policymaking and networking activities. City summit is the largest educational and networking event for city officials in the United States.
OTHER EVENTS AND TRAININGS

OFFICE OF STATEWIDE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS … The Office of Statewide Electrical Contractors is holding a series of meetings throughout the state of Missouri to discuss the licensing of statewide electrical contractors, a result of Senate Bill 240. The goal of the meetings is to share information and to engage with those in attendance relating to the new licensing law. These free events will each last approximately 1.5 hours. Learn more and register, or email osec@pr.mo.gov with attendee’s name, telephone number, email and the meeting location you plan to attend. For questions, email osec@pr.mo.gov or call (573) 522-3280.

DED NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM … The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced in July that it would award $7.3 million through its Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) to nonprofits across Missouri for community development projects. NAP helps not-for-profit organizations raise private-sector funds by providing partial state tax credits to businesses that make contributions to approved community improvement projects. Learn more.

MOCCFOA STATE SCHOLARSHIPS 2018-2019 … Members of the Missouri City Clerks and Finance Officers Association have an opportunity to apply for financial support to attend key upcoming MoCCFOA Professional Development institutes and conferences.   Each year, the executive board approves funding to assist colleagues in being able to attend and in order to keep growing and contributing to their communities. Typical requirements for applicants include: the completion of an application; a personal statement of goals and professional interests; a commitment by the municipal employer allowing the applicant time off to attend; and an identification of how ongoing participation and involvement into the future will be supported (beyond the MoCCFOA Scholarship). Additional scholarship details and the current application will be shared via the MoCCFOA listserve, as events draw nearer. For questions, contact Kathy Marlock at kmarlock@cityofshrewsbury.com or (314) 647-5795 ext. 212.
  • Regional Conferences, October 2018
  • Annual Spring Institute, March, 2019
  • New Clerks Conference, March, 2019
 
MISSOURI RURAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS SURVEY … Missouri Rural Development Partners (MRDP) is Missouri’s federally authorized state rural development council. MRDP is committed to linking key agencies and organizations that serve rural Missouri to facilitate an understanding of what the agencies and organizations offer and how we can work together to address the needs of rural Missouri. An annual Missouri survey helps inform MRDP about key issues and needs, as well as stakeholders and partners across the state. The 2018 survey is underway, and MRDP seeks your participation. Click here to take the 2018 Survey! The results of the 2017 survey can be found here.
MISSOURI’S VOLKSWAGEN TRUST PROGRAM FUNDS AVAILABLE TO MUNICIPALITIES THIS FALL … In 2016, the United States settled complaints against Volkswagen. The settlement resolved Clean Air Act violations Volkswagen committed by selling approximately 590,000 vehicles with diesel engines having emissions defeat devices. During normal operation, the vehicles emitted levels of nitrogen oxides that exceeded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) standards.  Emissions contained concentrations of nitrogen oxides up to 40 times EPA’s standard. Nitrogen oxides are a precursor of ground-level ozone, a pollutant of concern in Missouri. 
 
The Volkswagen federal consent decree requires Volkswagen to take several actions, such as paying $2.9 billion to a national environmental mitigation trust fund. Beneficiaries — in this case, states — must use their shares to fund specific projects that reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides from mobile sources. The number of affected vehicles sold in the state is the basis for Missouri’s approximate $41 million share.
 
Award Categories and Funding
  • School buses with 2009 and older engines can be replaced with a new bus or engine ($12 million)
  • Large and medium government-owned trucks with 1992 to 2009 engine can be replaced with a new vehicle or engine ($6 million)
  • Transit and shuttle buses with 2009 and older engines can be replaced with a new bus or engine ($4 million)
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold a public meeting to continue the engagement process with all interested parties and share their plan to reduce NOx emissions. The public meeting is Aug. 30, 2018,  in Jefferson City. DNR will present information about the beneficiary mitigation plan, implementation guidelines, and the school bus application round. The meeting agenda will be available at https://dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/vw/index.html. Learn more at https://dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/vw/index.html. To stay informed, sign up for the VW Trust email list at https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/MODNR/subscriber/new?topic_id=MODNR_584.
 
ALL AMERICA CITY APPLICATIONS … Each year communities from across the country compete for the All-America City Award, telling the story of their community and their work. The 2019 applications are due by March 5, 2019. Learn more and apply.
SAVE THE DATE … the National League of Cities (NLC) Board of Directors selected Kansas City, Missouri, to host its 2022 City Summit conference Nov. 16-19, 2022. The event will bring thousands of city leaders, corporate partners and city staff to Kansas City for four days of educational seminars, policymaking and networking activities. City summit is the largest educational and networking event for city officials in the United States.
OTHER EVENTS AND TRAININGS
 
CULTIVATING LEADERSHIP IN YOUR COMMUNITY … Missouri Main Street Connection and its affiliate grant program, Ozark Historic District, is hosting a workshop to identify and cultivate leaders in communities, in order to leverage community engagement. The workshop takes place in Ozark, Missouri, on Aug. 17. Learn more and register.
 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT OVERVIEW WORKSHOPS … Mark your calendars for upcoming regional planning commission evening trainings where MML staff will present an overview of how municipal government works. The trainings will be open to all local government officials and city staff, and will emphasize what newly elected officials need to know to govern successfully. Topics include: powers of the mayor and governing body, ethics, council procedures, Sunshine Law and more.
  • Aug. 23, 2018: St. James, Missouri
    Meramec Regional Planning Commission
    RSVP by Aug. 9 via email to Lcarroll@meramecregion.org or call (573) 265-2993.
  • Aug. 28, 2018: Perry, Missouri
    Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments
    RSVP by email to windsorcog@rallstech.com or call (573) 565-2203 with questions.
 
DRINKING WATER CERTIFICATION TRAINING … Missouri Rural Water Association is hosting a 10-day drinking water treatment and distribution certification course in Lamar, Missouri. The training begins Aug. 29, 2018, and concludes by Oct. 3, 2018. Learn more and register.
 
APA WATER AND PLANNING CONNECT … Explore new ways to integrate land use planning with water management to ensure your community's healthier, more sustainable future at the American Planning Association’s Water and Planning Connect Conference Sept. 11-12, 2018, in Kansas City, Missouri. Learn more.
 
INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING WORKSHOP … The Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the United States Department of Agriculture-Rural Development, and the Missouri Department of Economic Development will host a free training Sept. 11, 2018, in Jefferson City regarding “Funding for the Future: Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Financing.” This workshop is a great opportunity for community leaders, planners, and elected officials to learn about how to plan for drinking water and wastewater compliance challenges, pay for the improvements, and construct wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects from agencies that offer financial assistance programs for these publicly-owned systems. Learn more and register by Sept. 7, 2018.
 
WORKFORCE PLANNING FOR WATER SYSTEMS … The Environmental Finance Center Network is hosting a free training Sept. 12, 2018, in Branson, Missouri, regarding “Workforce Planning: How to Attract and Retain Talent at Your Water System.” Learn more and register.
 
ASSET MANAGEMENT FOR WATER SYSTEMS … The Environmental Finance Center Network is hosting a free training Sept. 26, 2018, in Springfield, Missouri, regarding “Asset Management and Energy Efficiency for Small Water Systems.” Learn more and register.
 
MISSOURI PUBLIC TRANSIT ASSOCIATION … The 2018 Missouri Public Transit Association Conference is Sept. 19-21, 2018, in Columbia, Missouri. Learn more.
 
MISSOURI HIGHWAY TRAFFIC, SAFETY AND BLUEPRINT CONFERENCE … Join safety advocates Sept. 10-12, 2018, in Columbia, Missouri, for the Missouri Highway Traffic, Safety and Blueprint Conference. Learn more and register.

ICMA ANNUAL CONFERENCE … The 2018 International City Managers’ Association Annual Conference takes place Sept. 23-26, 2018, in Baltimore, Maryland. Learn more.

 
MEMBER NEWS

LOU CZECH AWARD WINNER … Congratulations to Kennett City Attorney Terry McVey as the 2018 recipient of the Missouri Municipal Attorney Association’s Lou Czech award. McVey was honored in July at the association’s annual meeting in Osage Beach. The award recognizes public service that displays the same high standard of accomplishment, professionalism and ethical conduct as exhibited by Czech. McVey was nominated and chosen by his peers in MMAA.

AUTISM-FRIENDLY CITY … The city of Bolivar has become the second autism-friendly city in the state of Missouri. It joins the city of Battlefield, Missouri, in this designation. Bolivar has taken the pledge to educate its citizens sharing information about autism to become more inclusive. Read article.

RAYMORE AND KANSAS CITY RECEIVE AARP COMMUNITY CHALLENGE FUNDS … Raymore and Kansas City are two of  129 communities throughout the country to receive funds through the 2018 AARP Community Challenge grant program. Through this grant, the city of Raymore will add a new paved and stamped ADA crosswalk to Municipal Circle in front of the Centerview event space to improve safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists, and to increase connectivity between nearby businesses and City Hall. Kansas City will fund the installation of an enhanced crosswalk, parking, protected bike lanes and floating bus stops to promote safety and pedestrian activity along Oak Street.
GRANTS AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

OMB ONLINE GRANTS MANAGEMENT TRAINING
The federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) initially developed the Grants 101 Training for federal government employees, but now these eLearning modules are available as a resource for all. This grants training is comprised of five modules, most of which contain multiple online lessons: Laws, Regulations, and Guidance; Financial Assistance Mechanisms; Uniform Guidance Administrative Requirements; Cost Principles; Risk Management and Single Audit. Learn more >

EPA SOURCE REDUCTION ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM … Application deadline Aug. 23, 2018
The Environmental Protection Agency is holding a $2 million grant competition to fund two-year Source Reduction Assistance agreements that support pollution prevention. Proposals should focus on practical approaches, leverage technical assistance methods and focus on one or more of the program's national emphasis areas. Learn more.

APPLICATION PERIOD OPENS FOR EARLY REPLACEMENTS OF SCHOOL BUSES … Application deadline Sept. 14, 2018
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) Air Pollution Control Program is accepting applications for the early replacement of school buses using a combination of Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) and Volkswagen (VW) Trust funds. Owners of diesel school buses serving Missouri school districts may apply. Recipients will receive up to 25 percent of the cost of each new bus for a maximum award of $22,000 per bus.  Visit the Clean Diesel and VW webpages for details:  dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/cleandieselprogram.htm or dnr.mo.gov/env/apcp/vw/index.html.
 
RURAL BROADBAND ACCESS LOAN … Application deadline Sept. 30, 2018
The Rural Broadband Access Loan and Loan Guarantee Program (Farm Bill Broadband Program) furnishes loans and loan guarantees to provide funds for the costs of construction, improvement or acquisition of facilities and equipment needed to provide service in eligible rural areas. Learn more.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANTS, SECOND ROUND … Application deadline Oct. 1, 2018
The Missouri Department of Economic Development is accepting a second round of 2018 CDBG applications in the funding categories of general infrastructure, community facilities and demolition. The Missouri CDBG program will hold a free application training session on Aug. 14, 2018, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Truman Building, Room 850, located at 301 W. High St. in Jefferson City. No advanced registration is required.

ROADMAPS TO HEALTH COACHING … Application dates ongoing
Sponsored by the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, this program offers guidance and support from a community coach for communities who want to improve the health of their populations and work toward building a culture of health. Learn more.

MISSOURI MAIN STREET CONNECTION GRANTS … Application dates ongoing
Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) offers three matching grant programs providing up to 75 percent of the costs — Affiliate Grant, People Energizing Places and Strategic Teams Engaging Places. These grant programs provide the tools and resources for downtown revitalization to Missouri communities. Contact the MMSC office at (417) 334-3014 or email Keith Winge for more information.

EDA DISASTER FUNDING … Application dates ongoing
The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) recently published the FY18 “Disaster Supplemental Notice of Funding Opportunity” (NOFO), making $587 million available to eligible grantees in communities where a presidential declaration of a major disaster was issued under the Stafford Act as a result of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, wildfires and other natural disasters in 2017. There are no application deadlines and the agency will accept proposals on a rolling basis until the publication of a new Disaster Supplemental NOFO, cancellation of this NOFO, or all funds are obligated. Disaster recovery projects must be consistent with the U.S. Department of Commerce Disaster Recovery Investment Priorities. EDA disaster grants are made by its regional offices under the agency’s Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) Program. For more information, please visit the EDA and Disaster Recovery page.
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS?

AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS … In July, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its annual report on air quality, tracking the nation’s progress in improving air quality since the passage of the Clean Air Act. “Our Nation’s Air: Status and Trends Through 2017” documents the considerable improvements in air quality across America over more than 45 years.
“Through federal and state implementation of the Clean Air Act and technological advances in the private sector, America has achieved one of the great public-private successes of our time – dramatically improving air quality and public health while simultaneously growing the nation’s population and economy,” said Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler. “This report details a remarkable achievement that should be recognized, celebrated, and replicated around the world. A 73 percent reduction in any other social ill, such as crime, disease or drug addiction, would lead the evening news.” Learn more and read the “Our Nation’s Air” report.
 
CITY HALL SELFIE DAY … Get ready! #CityHallSelfie Day is Aug. 15, 2018. Compete in a variety of categories when you snap a photo of yourself or a group in front of city hall, then share on social media with the @cityhallselfie hashtag. Learn more.

GROW NATIVE! RESOURCE GUIDES AVAILABLE TO MUNICIPALITIES … Plants that are native to Missouri support songbirds, monarch butterflies, and other cherished wildlife. They also beautify home landscapes, city streets, and parks, and can be used to manage storm water and support pollinators. The “2018 Grow Native! Resource Guide” is now available to help residents in your community learn about the many benefits of native plants, and where to locate suppliers of native plant products and services. This brochure is available free of charge to your municipality from the Missouri Prairie Foundation's Grow Native! native plant education and marketing program. If you would like a supply of brochures to make available to the citizens of your community, contact grownative@moprairie.org or call 888-843-6739.  
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