Leaving a Vibrant Legacy for Future Generations:
Imagine a St. Louis where being outside is part of everyday life. A place where your daily commute or day off would include breathing fresh air, hearing leaves rustle, and saying hello to those you see. Imagine starting your day walking on a trail, biking on a street, or using transit instead of being stuck sitting in rush hour traffic. In the year 2000, the people of the greater St. Louis area voted to create the Great Rivers Greenway District. By exercising their voice and their vote, the residents of the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County and St. Charles County made it clear that they wanted to make the St. Louis region a better place to live. Since that time, they’ve been working to carry out that vision. Steve Potter visits with Great Rivers Greenway Communications Manager, Emma Klues, to learn how they are utilizing the bike paths around the City and using those paths to connect the surrounding counties. Just watch and find out more.
The Missouri Historical Society's president Dr. Jody Sowell joins host Steve Potter to share his journey and talk about the Missouri History Museum's two new exhibits, and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zs6aWuUPZ2Q&t=252s