Our principal purpose is the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation – Education – Recreation
The Pulaski Chapter will be hosting the Spring General Membership Meeting the weekend of April 15 at Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center just outside Little Rock. The General Meeting will be Saturday and Sunday, with an OS Board Meeting held on Friday evening. Accommodations include camping, cabins and rooms, as well as an on-site cafeteria. […]
Missed Deadline Meanwhile, back at the majestic Buffalo National River, one of our state’s brightest jewels for recreation and tourism. Kevin Cheri, superintendent of the Buffalo River National Park Service office at Harrison, in October sent a letter to Becky Keogh, the latest director of our state’s Department of Environmental Quality (cough) asking that agency […]
Below is a link to comments on the Draft FONSI and Final Environmental Assessment submitted on behalf of Buffalo River Watershed Alliance, Arkansas Canoe Club, National Parks Conservation Association, and Ozark Society. The Coalition’s Earthjustice attorneys did a brilliant job of pulling together comments of all four groups. This is an educational document of value […]
Long-time Ozark Society member Dr. Paul Noland, father of Stewart Noland, has died. He was a professor at the University of Arkansas Dept. of Agriculture (retired). His memorial service will be Saturday, January 9, at 10 a.m., at Central United Methodist Church. The church is located at 6 West Dickson Street in Fayetteville. A reception will […]
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.