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Arkansas Forests Forever
The Arkansas Forestry Association works to advance the cause of forestry, develop a public appreciationfor the environmental and economic value of the forests of Arkansas, and encourage the wise use andmanagement of forest resources.
Department of Environmental Quality
Our mission is to protect and enhance the environment by the control and abatement of pollution that might adversely affect the water, air and land, in a manner consistent with the economic well-being of all Arkansans.

Arkansas Forest Resource Center
Our forests provide a wealth of resources for society. They provide jobs and income and a variety of products vital to our needs. However, they also provide a myriad of nontimber resources which contribute to the cultural, environmental, and economic richness of the region. Conflicts often emerge over whether to manage for commodity resources of amenity values.

The Buffalo River Stewardship Foundation
Our primary mission is protecting the water quality of the Buffalo River. We offer conservation easements, in addition to working with area agencies on other conservation projects. Projects include assisting with the construction of fencing that will keep cattle out of creeks, contributing to stream bank revetment programs, and an "Adopt-a-Highway" cleanup program.

Ducks Unlimited
Our goal is to demonstrate and promote environmental, agricultural, and wildlife benefits of winter ricefield management, including minimum tillage and ponding of winter rainfall, to the rice industry, conservation community, and general public.

Ozark- St. Francis and Ouachita National Forest
The Ozark National Forest covers morethan one million acres, located mostly in northwestern Arkansas. The St. Francis National Forest, located on the east central edge of the state, derives its namefrom the St. Francis River. Most of the Forest is situated on Crowley's Ridge, but some is in thelow, flat lands along the Mississippi and St. Francis Rivers. The Ouachita National Forest is the oldest national forest in the South. The forest is named for the Ouachita Mountains which stretch from near the center of Arkansas to southeast Oklahoma.

UALR Chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals
Welcome to the Student Chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals.

Arkansas Valley Audubon Society
Welcome to the Arkansas Valley Audubon Society (AVAS) Homepage! For more information about thischapter's activities, programs, and history, please browse through the contents listed inside.
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