...to protect the health, purity, and economic viability of the

Kings River watershed, now and for future generations.

The Board of KRWP supports the nominations of Lin Wellford, Gray Squires, and Glenda Allison to continue as members of the board. The election will be held at our Annual Meeting, Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at 6pm.

This meeting will be at the Carroll Electric meeting room in Berryville. Please plan to attend.

2018 Kings River Cleanup Season Begins!

We will begin our 2018 river clean up season with Earth Day clean up on Saturday, April 21st. If you would like to join us we will meet at the Marble access on Hwy 412 at 8:00 a.m. sharp. Bring your boat and a sack lunch, dress for the weather.

 

Our Carroll County clean up is set for Saturday, June 2nd. Meet at the Grandview Bridge at 8:00 a.m. sharp. Bring your boat and sack lunch and dress for the weather. After the Carroll County clean up please stay for the cook out. We will raffle the kayak and have door prizes and live blue grass music.

 

To get to the Grandview Bridge from Berryville take Hwy 62 west to Ar. 143. Go north 2.4 miles and watch for the river clean up signs on your right. If you cross the Kings River you went a 1/4 mile too far.  Just go to Grandview and turn around.

 

Thanks again to Pack Rat Outdoor Center for their help with the kayak, a 9.5 Tribe by Perception.  You can see the kayak and get tickets at Eye Q Optical in the Williams Shopping Center in Berryville or at any of our clean ups.  You don't have to be present to win.

 

Thanks again to Ozark Trading Company for offering a $100 gift card to the second place winner.  You must be present to win second prize!

 

If you have questions about our river clean ups you can email rayandkarenwarren@gmail.com or call Ray at 870.654.4134. Or you can call Eye Q Optical at 870.423.6115.

2017 Kings River Cleanup a Success!

The Kings River Watershed Partnership hosted it's yearly Carroll County cleanup on Saturday, June 3rd. All paddlers were welcome. We met at 8:00 AM the Grandview bridge on Hwy 143, 2.4 miles north of the Outpost - intersection of US Hwy 62 and Hwy 143.

 

We brought sack lunches and dressed for the weather, arranged shuttles and provided trash bags. It was an 8 hour day. Many stayed for the cookout following the cleanup, and there were door prizes and live music and a drawing for the kayak and two $100 gift cards. This was our 24th river cleanup event!

 

 

To learn about this year's cleanup, contact

Earth Day River Cleanup—Madison County

Kings River Watershed Partnership had a successful Madison County clean-up in spite of cold rain and high river levels. Nine volunteers hit the land and participated in a trail clean-up at the Sweden Creek Falls Natural Area, County Road 3795 and a roadside illegal dump site along Hwy 21. The group recovered 7 tires, 2 mattresses and several bags of trash.

 The Kings River Watershed Partnership is a non-profit, voluntary group of citizen stakeholders dedicated to preserving the water quality and beauty of the Kings River. This was our 23rd overall river cleanup!

 

 

 

Look for the 9.5' Perception kayak raffle in 2018!

Proceeds will go to supporting KRWP's educational and scientific work. Tickets will be $3 each or 4 tickets for $10, available at Eye Q Optical in the Williams Shopping Center in Berryville. Winner will be drawn at next year's Carroll County Kings River cleanup. You do not need to be present to win.

 

This year, Pack Rat Outdoor Center in Fayetteville generously donated second and third place raffle drawing prizes of $100 Pack Rat Gift Certificates this year. Thank you!

You could win this kayak in 2018!

P.O. Box 961 | Berryville, AR 72616 | Phone: 870-480-8897 | Email: KRWP@kingsriverwatershed.org

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Last Update September 21, 2017

KRWP On The 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.

 

Left: KRWP Member Lin Wellford. Photo by: J. Froelich KUAF