When It Comes To Our
We All Live Downstream.
Together We Can
Make a Difference
The Beaver Watershed Alliance (Alliance) works to proactively protect, enhance, and sustain the high-water quality of Beaver Lake and its tributaries through voluntary best management practice implementation, outreach and education, and planning and analysis activities.
Tributaries of Beaver Lake, including the West Fork, Middle Fork, and East Fork of the White River, Richland Creek, Headwaters, and War Eagle Creek offer a diverse and stunning variety of aesthetic beauty, wildlife, and cultural heritage as they flow along their course to Beaver Lake. From Harrison, Arkansas to Westville, Oklahoma, over 500,000 people rely on Beaver Lake for drinking water, industry, and recreational activities such as boating, fishing, birding, and swimming.
In addition to working with stakeholders on innovative solutions to our region’s water quality issues, the Alliance also plans fun and informational volunteer and educational events to keep the lake and rivers healthy! Everyone can make a difference in the water quality in Northwest Arkansas, and the Alliance is proud to equip people with the tools needed to achieve just that.
Acres of Invasives Removed
Acres of Forest Enhancement
Community Service Contributions
River Miles Delisted from State Impaired Waters
Landowner Stewardship Plans Developed
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Help Protect NWA’s Drinking Water
Your donation helps fund all aspects of the Beaver Watershed Alliance. We have many ways to contribute including one-time donations, recurring monthly or yearly donations, or sponsorships as a partner or for specific programs or events.
You can also mail donations to:
Beaver Watershed Alliance
PO Box 762, Elkins, AR 72727
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