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KRWP Annual Membership Meeting - Tuesday March 21st

The Kings River Watershed Partnership will hold its annual membership meeting on Tuesday March 21, 2017, at 6:00 pm in the Meeting Room of the Berryville Community Center. Three directors will be elected at the meeting for three year terms. The Board of Directors has nominated the directors whose terms are expiring for new terms, namely TJ McCullough, Mike Fitzpatrick and Kyle Hunnicutt. Only current members of the KRWP who have been members for a continuous period of more than one year are eligible to nominate or be nominated for a board member position.


Announcement-publication of Landowners' Guide To 				                Streamside Living


Carroll County Kings River Cleanup Big Success!


KRWP volunteers pose with mountain of tires and trash removed from the Kings River: June 4, 2016.


On Saturday June 4th, 60 volunteers braved morning showers to participate in the 11th annual Kings River Carroll County cleanup sponored by the Kings River Watershed Partnership. It turned out to be the best one yet. The group hauled 116 more tires out of the river, bringing the 11 year total up to 1038! They also removed two pickup loads of rubbish, a pickup load of metal, another refrigerator, a chemical toilet and a 55 gallon drum of tar.


Thanks to private landowners who allowed access to the river on their property. Also thanks to Carroll County Solid Waste Authority, Boy Scout Troop 67 from Eureka Springs, and the generous local businesses who sponsored the event and donated door prizes.


This was the twenty-second overall river cleanup held by the Kings River Watershed Partnership.



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KRWP Kayak Fundraising Raffle Winner Announcement.


Barbara will be exploring the beautiful scenery along the Kings River in her very own 9.5' Perception Kayak, courtesy of Packrat Outdoor Center of Fayetteville, which has generously donated this watercraft for the winner of this year's raffle.


Raffle ticket purchases help to support the educational and scientific work of the Kings River Watershed Partnership. Ozark Mountain Trading Company in Rogers also donated a $100 gift certificate this year!



KRWP On The Radio


Lin Welford interviewed by Jaqueline Froelich on KUAF radio.

KRWP board member Lin Wellford was interviewed by Jaqueline Froelich on the "Ozarks At Large" program on radio station KUAF, 91.3 national public radio at U of A - Fayetteville. The interview covered KRWP's role as the first watershed group founded in the Arkansas Ozarks and it's 15-year history of work to educate, clean, and protect the remarkable resource we call the Kings River.


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Earth Day Kings River Cleanup


Fun at the river cleanup.

The Kings River Watershed Partnership Madison County river cleanup on April 16th was a great success. Special thanks to the sixteen paddlers participating and a member of the partnership who allowed access to the river.


Also a big thanks to Kings River Outfitters for their help with shuttles and to the Madison County Recycling Center.


Two groups recovered a total of 81 tires, 500 pounds of metal, and a large pickup load of trash.


This was the twenty-first river cleanup held by the Kings River Watershed Partnership.





1916-Moreland Swimming Hole - Grandview Summer days gone by at the Moreland swimming hole near Grandview-1916.



1916-Moreland Swimming Hole - Grandview   Hudson Bluffs in more recent times. Ray Warren at KRWP River Cleanup-2009


Safety First! at 2009 river cleanup.


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The Kings River Watershed Partnership, located in Northwest Arkansas, is a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization founded in 2001. It is a cooperative effort founded by local people and organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes; more specifically to protect the health, purity, and economic viability of the Kings River watershed, now and for future generations.


The membership of KRWP includes local citizens, from all walks of life, who are interested in protecting the Kings River Watershed. View Large Map (715 Kb)


Diversity of features in the watershed is a characteristic of the region and is reflected in the range of interests of the membership. Among the members there are property owners, small business owners, fisherman, poultry growers, recreational enthusiasts, farmers, cattlemen, conservationists, educators, retirees, and families that picnic, float, swim, and fish in the river and its tributaries.