Our principal purpose is
the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation • Education • Recreation
Outings and Activities
Mark your calendar! The Fall 2018 Buffalo River Trail construction session is October 12-19. We'll be camping at Tyler Bend again in the main campground (sites #22-26 at no charge) so join us for a day, the weekend, or the whole week. If there is enough interest the work can continue on the 20th and maybe the 21st. If you can join us for the week, or most of it, there is an option where you can pay $50 into a fund to cover food and camp expenses and then participate in our group meals (Sunday dinner through Saturday breakfast). I've also started a 3-day option for $35. Contact me for more details. Otherwise you will need to supply your own food and cooking/eating/cleaning utensils. Regardless, everyone needs to supply their own sleeping accommodations, water containers and work gloves. Safety glasses are very beneficial for some tasks. A daypack for carrying your stuff on the trail is very useful. The Park Service supplies the tools, although you can bring your own if you'd like. The campground has potable water, flush toilets, and hot showers.Find out more
Buffalo River Trail Work Day. Lets join Michael's Crew for the day and help out with some trail building/maintenance. The fall colors should be beautiful and the camaraderie can’t be beat! Meet at the Tyler Bend campground outside the big white cabin tent at 8am.Find out more
Join us on October 20th from 4:30-7:00pm to celebrate Alice Andrew's 2018 Neil Compton Award at the home of Janet and Alan Nye, 80 Belle River Point, Maumelle, AR. This party will include a fund raiser for Buffalo River Conservation with Hors d' Oeuvres, drinks, door prizes, silent auction, and amazing views of the Arkansas River.Find out more