Missouri and Arkansas environmental officials discussed water issues with their counterparts from Arkansas in the first meeting under a bi-state agreement signed by the states' governors last year. Representatives from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR), Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, and the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission met in Rogers, AR, to exchange information about water quality and water quantity concerns for both states.
The agencies moved forward with plans to issue a report on the two states' shared water resources next year. The agencies will meet again in 2010 in Missouri.
You can read the original MoDNR news release here.
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