Strickland, mayors celebrate lower Mississippi River basin program

By , Daily Memphian Updated: September 19, 2022 8:19 PM CT | Published: September 19, 2022 3:35 PM CT
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“Simply put, the Mississippi River corridor is America’s original Main Street — and it should be treated as such,” said Greenville, Mississippi mayor Errick Simmons.

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Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative
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Keely Brewer is a Report for America corps member covering environmental impacts on communities of color in Memphis. She is working in partnership with the Ag & Water Desk, a sustainable reporting network aimed at telling water and agriculture stories across the Mississippi River Basin.


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