Our principal purpose is
the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation • Education • Recreation
Outings and Activities
Meet at noon, March 31st, at David and Maria Smiths home in Fox AR. There will be a short meeting during the potluck followed by a hike to a nearby area-possibly the Arlburg Natural Arch if permission can be obtained (there is a picture and description of this arch in Dr. Compton’s book “The High Ozarks”. A limited number of Ken Smith’s, “Buffalo River Handbook, 2nd edition”, updated and expanded, will be available for purchase at the meeting for $30 a copy. One of the copies will be given as a door prize at the meeting so plan on being there! For directions contact Dave or Maria at email@example.comFind out more
The Pulaski Chapter of the Ozark Society meets the first Tuesday of each month except July at 7pm in Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Pleasant Valley Drive, Little Rock, AR 72227. For the April 2nd meeting we will be in the Chapel for a book signing by Ken Smith of his new edition of the Buffalo River Handbook. KenSmithMarchBookSigningFlyerDraftFind out more
Meet at the Grinders Ferry parking area just up from the Hwy 65 Bridge at 10:00 am. Rated moderate approximately 4-mile hike downriver on the BRT from the Bridge to an access point on an old farm road. No limit. Bring your wildflower guidebooks and join Laura Timby for an early spring walk along the Buffalo. For more information contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org or (870) 504-2688.Find out more
This is a beautiful spot for spring follage viewing. Wild azaleas and wildflowers along Cedar Creek. OHT trail mile markers 96.0 to 99.5. Neat waterfalls and slick runs too! Bring a lunch, boots and water. Meet at the Morgan Mc Donald's at 7:30 to car pool up or meet us at Haw Creek Falls on Hwy 123 around 9:30.Find out more