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Beaver Water District Goes Native

Beaver Water District Goes Native

By Dot Neely, Beaver Water District Education Coordinator  Above: Black Eyed Susan blooms in Area 2 Puppy Creek Drainage, year 1 growth summer 2021. The vision for a native plant-covered campus is being realized thirteen years after the Leadership in Energy and...

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No-Mow Zones for Water Quality

No-Mow Zones for Water Quality

Source water protection is essential as Northwest Arkansas experiences exponential growth. Best management practices (BMPs) like no-mow zones are an easy way for any resident, developer, or city to help make a positive impact on the water quality of Beaver Lake, the...

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Northwest Arkansas Forest Management

Northwest Arkansas Forest Management

Forest’s Role in Maintaining Water Quality – Daniel Hagood  With forested land making up over 70% of the Beaver Lake Watershed, forest management is a crucial aspect of maintaining a high-quality drinking water supply and the integrity of the Beaver Watershed. Water...

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Alliance Clifty Creek Riparian Planting

Alliance Clifty Creek Riparian Planting

The Alliance supports landowners’ goals of improving water quality by partnering with the US Fish & Wildlife Service and local landowners in the East Fork and War Eagle Creek watersheds to enhance riparian habitat in the East Fork and War Eagle watersheds. Any...

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Happy Holidays from Beaver Watershed Alliance

Happy Holidays from Beaver Watershed Alliance

Dear Friends of Beaver Watershed Alliance, As the year draws to a close, we are reflecting on the many accomplishments and successes which were a direct result of your efforts and stewardship. It has been a wonderful year of working with landowners, meeting new ones,...

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