July is Lakes Appreciation Month
Join us in celebrating Beaver Lake, the drinking water source for 1 in 7 Arkansans, with community events and opportunities to help keep it clean!
Who Are We?
The Alliance was established to maintain high quality drinking water in Beaver Lake. We represent a diverse group that works together for the cause of clean water.
About Beaver Lake
Beaver Lake provides drinking water to 1 in 7 Arkansans. Our watershed protection strategy aims to improve water quality in Beaver Lake and it's watershed.
Rain Garden Assistance
We provide installation financing as part of the Rain Gardens for NWA program with Beaver Water District and Illinois River Watershed Partnership.
Conservation and Restoration
Partnerships on streambank stabilization, stream cleanups, and other activities to improve water quality in Beaver Lake and the watershed. Photo by WCRC, 2012.
Creek and Lake Cleanups
Join us for our cleanups and volunteer events that we hold throughout the year, in partnership with other local organizations, all over the Beaver Watershed.
Source Water Awareness Signage
Signs are being placed around Beaver Lake and its tributaries to encourage people that their individual actions can help keep our water clean. Photo by David Gottschalk, 2013.
Watershed Guardian Award
The Beaver Watershed Alliance recognizes stewardship efforts of individuals, businesses, and organizations who go above and beyond to work towards good water quality for our region.
Outdoor Watershed Education and Recreation
Engaging people of all ages in outdoor recreation in the Beaver Watershed to develop an appreciation for our region and a desire to keep it clean. Photo by Ironside Photography, 2013.
Watershed Photography Contest
View winning photos from our Watershed Photography Contest and check back with us next spring for our 3rd Annual Contest