Neighbor Nights Neighbor Nights is a community event series at NGRREC held from 6 - 8 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month throughout the year. Neighbor Nights is an excellent time for you, our river neighbor, to come and learn more about the great rivers of the world, the watersheds that feed them, and the communities that use them. It's also an opportunity to learn more about our LEED-certified field station. Each event offers something different and highlights a unique project led by one of our researchers, educators, conservationists or community partners so make sure to check back for more information about upcoming topics and join us for a few of your favorites! How to Attend Neighbor Nights events are currently being offered both in-person and virtually. Masks are recommended for all in-person participants. Those attending virtually will be able to watch the entire presentation and participate with questions via Zoom chat. Please register below to receive the login information. Partners We are excited to announce that Schlafly Beer has partnered with NGRREC for our Neighbor Night series! Both Schlafly Beer and NGRREC are committed to environmental sustainability, so the partnership was a natural fit. We look forward to bringing this partnership to you soon so that you can enjoy free Schlafly beverages while hearing from NGRREC staff about their work and learning about river-related topics! Upcoming Events 2022 Fall Internship Showcase 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. November 15, 2022 1 Confluence Way, East Alton IL 62024 Join us this month to learn what our fall intern class has been working on. Doors open at 6 p.m. with an open poster session then an optional guided tour at 6:30. At 7 p.m. the intern class will be presenting on their projects in the Riverview Room. "NGRREC’s intern program provides a unique research experience for undergraduate students in the greater St. Louis area,” said NGRREC Assistant Amy Monroe. “While some inters this semester are continuing research they began in spring 2022, others are participating in projects that expand the scope of our program, including science communication and media relations.” No registration is required for this event. Past Events Missed one of our events and want to check it out? Visit NGRREC's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/ngrrecofficial for more videos.