Our principal purpose is the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation – Education – Recreation
The 2016 Colorado High Adventure Trip is on! The dates are set at July 10 -16, 2016. Reservations will be taken starting January 2, 2016.
ATTENTION! Pulaski Chapter Ozark Society members AND all OS members! Please recall The Ozark Society lawsuit against the Ozark and St. Francis National Forests and the Bureau of Land Management because of their plan to drill and frac approximately 1,730 gas wells in the Ozark and St. Francis Forests. This case was filed about four […]
Below is Mike Masterson’s column from the Arkansas Democrat Gazette regarding the October 23 “Celebrate the Buffalo” event in Fayetteville. Used by permission.
John Heuston, long-time Ozark Society member, leader, Communications Chair, and friend, has passed away. From his obituary: “…He was a tireless defender of Arkansas’ natural resources. During the fight to save the Buffalo River and make it the first national river in the U.S. from 1961 to 1972, he gave a voice to those working […]
The annual Lee Creek Cleanup near Devil’s Den State Park will take place this Saturday, September 12. This event is sponsored—in part—by the Ozark Society, so let’s have a good turnout. The high temperature forecast for Saturday is 71 F, so it will be a good day to get outside. The clean-up is scheduled from […]