Our principal purpose is
the preservation of wild and scenic rivers, wilderness, and unique natural areas.
Conservation • Education • Recreation
Outings and Activities
Another new area for us to visit, Sandstone Castle is a rock formation in the Richland Creek Wilderness that has unique features. It is northwest of the twin falls and is not visited that much but interesting rock formations to explore and enjoy the late fall foliage. Bring a lunch, boots and water. Bring some Orange for hunting safety. We will meet at the Morgan McDonald's at 7:30 to car pool or meet us at the Pelsor store by 9:30.Find out more
The Sugar Creek Chapter of Ozark Society will host “Forest Forensics: Dealing with Difficult Trees - how to distinguish our often misidentified oaks and hickories" talk and walk from 1-3 pm Nov 17. Dr. Fred Paillet starts the event at 1pm with a tree identification talk at the Lodge at Legacy Village, 601 NE Greenwood Way in Bentonville, just east of the Scott Family Amazeum. A walk to identify various tree species will follow. Parking is available in the upper lot at Crystal Bridges where the walk will end.Find out more
Our monthly meetings are now being held at the Red River National Wildlife Refuge 150 Eagle Bend Point, Bossier City, LA 71112. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month (except December). Program starts at 6:30 pm and business meeting follows. Plan to join us after the meeting for pizza and socializing.Find out more