Springfield, MO now has an electric car station next to the Environmental Resource Center. The station is used throughout the work week and has attracted travelers from across the country. Electric vehicles are a great way to reduce emissions that cause the creation of ground level ozone.
Ozark Clean Air Alliance meets the second friday of every month at 9:30am at Springfield’s Environmental Resource Center. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Ozarks Clean Air Alliance Ozarks Clean Air Alliance is a part of Community Partnership of the Ozark’s Community Collaborative Initiative. It serves as a working sub-committee for the Environmental Collaborative. The mission of the group is to focus on improving our local air quality. This topic is of concern because we are on the verge […]
In 1993, the local community conducted a needs assessment for Springfield and Greene County, Mo. Based on this assessment the Community Task Force formed the Community Collaborative Initiative. This program is housed at Community Partnership of the Ozarks. The mission of the group is “To create pathways to raise the standard of living and quality of […]
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