COE Reservoir Control Center - A US Army Corps of Engineers website that provides information about Missouri River Basin, including current conditions of the reservoirs, Missouri River level forecasts, the Annual Operating Plan, snowpack and tributary flows.
Missouri River Association of States and Tribes - The Missouri River Association of States and Tribes (MoRAST) is a regional interstate organization formed by joint resolution of the Governors of Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Kansas and the Mni Sose Intertribal Water Rights Coalition. It was formed to help resolve issues of concern to the basin states and tribes, toserve as a forum to foster communication and information exchange among themember states, tribes and various other governmental units, and to facilitate the management of the natural resources of the Missouri River Basin, including water resources, fish and wildlife while considering the impacts to the economic, historical, cultural, and social resources.
Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study - The Army Corps of Engineers has been directed by Congress to review the original project purposes established by the 1944 Flood Control Act. MRAPS is the first-ever review of the legislation that created the system of dams and reservoirs on the Missouri River and major tributaries. The study will determine if changes in these purposes and the existing federal water resource infrastructure managed by the Corps and Bureau of Reclamation may be warranted.
Missouri River Institute - The Missouri River Institute (MIR) is located at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD. MIR was established to develop and promote research, education, and public awareness related to the National and Cultural resources of the Missouri River Basin.
Missouri River Joint Water Board - The Missouri River Joint Water Board was founded in 2005 and is made up of representatives from eight North Dakota counties. Its purpose is to ?Bring the Missouri River political entities into a partnership in order o develop and implement solutions to water resources problems and issues within the Missouri River Corridor.
Missouri River Master Manual - The Missouri River Master Manual provides guidance on the management of the Missouri River System.
Missouri River Recovery - The Missouri River Recovery Program (MRRP) is an effort to restore and recover some of the Missouri River's natural ecosystems and native species - while providing for current social and economic values. MRRP efforts are being conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in partnership with Tribal nations, states, and various interest groups. The Missouri River Biological Opinion, Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee, and Missouri River Ecosystem Restoration Plan are all important components of MRRP.