Volunteer Opportunity

HELP WANTED! At the First Annual Birds and Bees Festival

Arrow Rock, Missouri – May 11th 2019 – 10 am – 4 p.m. The Missouri River Bird Observatory (MRBO) is launching a new festival aimed at increasing public awareness and enjoyment of Missouri’s native birds, pollinators, and nature in general! In 2019 the Birds and Bees Festival will be held in conjunction with the Village of Arrow Rock’s Garden Show…

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Conference

2019 AMI Conference: Call for Papers

If you are interested in presenting at the 2019 AMI Conference, please complete the attached form and send it to Janice Schnake Greene at Missouri State University. The 2019 AMI Conference will be held at Roaring River State Park, near Cassville MO, September 15-18, 2019. Roaring River State Park is one of Missouri’s crown jewels and one of the most…

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Site Updates

Website Updates

I am sure that you have noticed that our website has a new look. I have changed the design not only for desktop users, but it is now mobile friendly as well. For all of the current AMI members, I’ve also cleaned up and updated the members-only section of the website. In addition to the new look, I’ve added an…

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Conference

Save the Date for the 2019 AMI Conference!

Save the date for the next AMI conference “Let your Resources Roar!” at Roaring River State Park, near Cassville MO, September 15-18, 2019. Roaring River State Park is one of Missouri’s crown jewels and one of the most attended state parks. Key features include the Roaring River Spring and trout hatchery, Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center, hiking, camping, Roaring River Hills…

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Interpretive Site Coalition

Care and Feeding of Your Interpretive Program

2019 Interpretive Site Coalition Professional Conference at Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center 4750 Troost Ave. Kansas City, MO 64110 Monday, February 4, 2018 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Everyone can be great because anybody can serve. Martin Luther King, Jr. Here is your personal invitation to the amazing ISC Professional Conference. Please plan to come and invite all your staff…

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Resource

NEW Education Resource: Missouri River Information Packets

Missouri River Relief is excited to announce their “Missouri River Information Packets”, new educational resources. The Missouri River is home to fascinating creatures, as well as many issues. That is why they felt it was necessary to develop information packets. In these packets, a broad range of information is introduced and discussed; from the giants who dwell in the depths,…

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2018 AMI Awards

Congratulations to all of the 2018 AMI award winners! Scholarship Winners Left to Right: Lee Wilbeck – AMI Award Chair, Emily Deeba (Saint Louis University), Jacob Lutes (Missouri Western University), Melissa Nyga (SE Missouri State University). Not present:  Cole Hoover, University of Central Missouri. Outstanding Volunteer Dennis Burd (Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery, Branson) Outstanding New Interpreter Karen Seward (Mark…

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2018 Conference Registration Information

We invite you to “Cross the Streams: Bring Interpretation and Education Together to Achieve Shared Goals.” Join us for the 2018 Association of Missouri Interpreters Workshop September 10th – 13th, 2018, at Echo Bluff State Park in Eminence, MO. Echo Bluff State Park, opened in mid-2016, is a 476-acre park featuring Sinking Creek and the former home of Camp Zoe,…

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Conference

AMI 2018 Fall Conference News

Auction The conference planning committee has been busy getting things together for this fall’s conference. They are asking for your help to bring auction items from your own stash or items donated by a business. If you like it but just don’t need it anymore bring it to the conference and there will probably be somebody that see it and…

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Workshops

Upcoming Project Archaeology Workshops

There will be two Project Archaeology workshops will be held in Missouri this summer, one in Independence and one in Jefferson City. Archaeology and the interpretation of the human occupation of our parks and sites can be a fascinating presentation to visitors.  The Project Archaeology curriculum can easily be adapted to visitor talks and activities. Participants will receive full instruction…

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