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Each year members of MOARC visit Washington, D.C. to advocate for projects and programs affecting our region. On March 4th thru 8th, MOARC and KCIC representatives will be in Washington, D.C. to meet with Congressional and Administrative offices and attend the National Waterways Conference Legislative Summit.

By sharing the local and regional impacts of Federal decision-making we inform the discussion on water and related land resources.  If you are interested in learning more or in joining us on the trip, let us know.  Contact our president, Tom Poer tpoer@hntb.com for more information.

And for more information on the National Waterways Conference Legislative Summit, see www.waterways.org 

The mission of the Missouri and Associated Rivers Coalition (MOARC) is to promote conservation and beneficial use of land and water resources.

MOARC was created in 1952 by a group of individuals desiring better water management following a disastrous flood. Today, membership consists of organizations, associations, companies, governmental units and individuals interested in sound flood control programs and supporting conservation of land-water resources.

We inform our members of water concerns within the association's area. We call on the expertise of local and national talent to broaden our natural resource perspective. We communicate to our members and the community through our website and via distributed materials.

MOARC sends a contingent to Washington, D.C. to advocate for our area's water projects on a regular basis. Our effectiveness is reflected in the number of projects that we have supported that have been completed. The trips are a valuable learning experience for everyone involved.


MOARC Association
PO Box 22647
Kansas City, MO 64113

MOARC promotes the beneficial use of water and land related resources for the Missouri and associated rivers in the areas of    
Agriculture, Environment, Flood Damage Reduction, Navigation, Recreation, Shipping and Ports, Power, Water Quality and Supply.   

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