Our principal purpose is the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation – Education – Recreation
Dear Friends of the Buffalo River, The Ozark Society and the Arkansas Public Policy Panel have joined forces in support of banning any future medium or large hog concentrated animal feeding operations in the Buffalo River Watershed. We have many excellent partners in this effort and we need your help! The invitation is attached to this post. […]
You are cordially invited to join us on November 24 at 7pm at Second Presbyterian Church, 700 Pleasant Valley Drive, Little Rock, (North Entrance). Join us as Ed Swaim, Water Resources Division Manager for the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission, explains how critical an effective and reliable water plan is for effective management of this essential resource.Following the […]
Brian Thompson of Fayetteville is working on a program that has a strong chance of influencing Cargill regarding the C & H Hog Farm issue. This is a grass-roots program separate from any of the groups fighting factory hog farms in the Buffalo River watershed. The Ozark Society approves and encourages you to participate […]
The fall workday on the Pulaski Chapter’s adopted section of the Ouachita Trail was held Sunday afternoon, November 9. Thank you to our clean up crew of Pete Ireland, Joan and Frank Meeks, and Stewart Noland for their work!
An update from Bob Cross, Ozark Society President: “We are pleased with the tentative ruling in the Little Rock Federal Court on October 16 that the Farm Services Agency and Small Business Administration violated the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act. We are looking forward to Judge Marshall’s final order and will […]