Great Rivers Habitat Alliance – Website Design, Development and Storefront

We had the pleasure in designing and developing a new website and online storefront for the Great Rivers Habitat Alliance. We support the mission of this great organization and look forward to our newly formed partnership.

About The GRHA
Founded in 2000 to directly combat the commercial development of the 100-year Confluence floodplain

A group of citizens, concerned about the current floodplain development trends within the confluence, established Great Rivers Habitat Alliance in June 2000.

The historic Confluence is a region of great importance that is at risk and must be protected for the benefit of all! Floodplain wetlands within the confluence of the Missouri, Mississippi, and Illinois rivers provide many benefits to wildlife and people near St. Louis. They provide habitat for over 250 species of migratory birds, including waterfowl and songbirds, along with habitat for turtles, beavers, frogs, deer and other local species.

These Confluence habitats benefit people as well because they are ideal places for hunting, agriculture, wildlife viewing, nature enjoyment and boost the local economy through ecotourism. People also benefit because floodplain wetlands filter pollutants before they enter the river systems and wetlands store floodwaters, lessening damage to Confluence communities, St. Louis and other downstream communities.

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