Nature photographer Ernst to show 'Yellowstone in Winter'
Nationally known nature photographer Tim Ernst packs the house when he presents his annual slideshows at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center, so you'll want to reserve a spot now to see his presentation, "Yellowstone in Winter," at 7 p.m. April 5 in the Library Center auditorium.
Rally for the river
A public rally is planned next Tuesday in Rogers for all who care about preserving water quality of the Buffalo National River.
National Parks Traveler
Essential Paddling Guide: Paddling The Buffalo, America's First National River
America's first national river , the Buffalo River flows roughly 150 miles and includes nearly 95,000 acres of public land along its corridor.
Errors in Mt. Judea farm's permit draw criticism
C&H Hog Farm, located in the Buffalo National River watershed and the first facility in the state to get a concentrated animal feeding operation permit, continues to stir controversy amid fears from conservationist groups that the farm poses environmental risks.
New policy on Buffalo River: Carry out your trash
Jane Goodall once said, "It is individual efforts, collectively, that make a noticeable difference -- all the difference in the world!" Managers at Buffalo National River in Arkansas will put this theory to the test this spring as they implement a new solid waste management strategy that relies on park visitors to dispose of their own trash.
The Baxter Bulletin
Hog farm opponents attack study
Opponents of the C&H Hog Farm near Mount Judea attacked Wednesday the format of a University of Arkansas research project aimed at identifying pollution, if any, to Big Creek and Buffalo National River from the farm.
Expert to talk about Buffalo National River frogs, toads
What's happening with frogs and toads? Join Tom Krohn at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 25 as he speaks about why frogs and toads are important along the Buffalo National River in Arkansas.