Missouri Regional Cuisine Project
The Missouri Regional Cuisine Project is designed to market Missouri wine and food products using labels of origin, or geographic indicators.
The Missouri River Bluffs Association (MRBA) includes the counties of Boone, Callaway, Osage, Cole and Moniteau. The MRBA is working together, creating a network of support, assistance, and communication to improve access to resources, distributors, and customers.
Website coming soon.
Nestled in the counties of Jefferson, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Perry, Cape Girardeau, and Scott, the Mississippi River Hills strives to educate the public about locally produced agricultural products, foods, wines, arts, crafts, and cultural assets within the Mississippi River Hills region in order to protect and enhance these resources for future generations.
Whether you are in the area for a weekend getaway or a day trip with the family, the Old Trails Region has something to offer everyone. From historic sites to fresh produce, the area is rich in culture and personality. The Old Trails Region covers over 100 miles of businesses, farmland, events, and entertainment through the heart of Missouri.
The Missouri Rhine Valley Association (MRVA) encompasses parts of five counties along the Missouri River: Montgomery, Gasconade, Franklin, Warren and St. Charles. The MRVA was formed to bring together artisans, food producers, hospitality and tourism professionals, local governments, wineries, vineyards, retailers who carry local products, and other entrepreneurs in the region.
The MRVA’s mission is to market, preserve and enhance heritage, culture and tourism through agricultural products, foods, wines, arts, crafts and historic sites.