Springtime Environmental Cleanup for Little Kids and their Parents

Parents are responsible for teaching their children how to be kind and thoughtful stewards of the earth. Little kids love learning new things, but it’s difficult to explain environmental issues to them; they can’t understand complex phenomena like global climate change or the impact of invasive species. Young children simply don’t have the maturity or […]

Boy Scouts Honored for Watershed Cleanup Efforts

The Boy Scouts of Eureka Springs were awarded the Volunteer Award by Kings River Watershed Partnership. Troop 67 has aided in the cleanup of the King’s River Watershed over the last several years. On March 10, 2014 a presentation was held during the annual Kings River Watershed Partnership meeting to honor Troop 67 for their […]

Easy Ways to Help the Environment Without Much Effort

Everybody wants to help the environment, but some people may not know how to do it without disrupting their current lifestyle. You don’t have to undergo massive changes to start making a positive impact. The little things will add up over time! Here are some easy ways that you can make a difference: Use Less […]

Environmental Cleanup: These Invaders Threaten Your Watershed

What it means to have invasive species in your watershed. Imperial Star Destroyer by Adam Kop. Picture this, if you will: a tiny pod slips unnoticed into the cargo bay of a ship bound for the Empire’s outer reaches. It travels through the dark unknown, neither seen nor heard by passengers, crewmen, or inspectors. The […]

Preserve Your Watershed’s Environmental Health with a Spring Check-Up

Punxsutawney Phil and his handler, in 2011; photo via NBC. The groundhog may have seen his shadow this year, but spring is still on its way. Those of us in colder climates are anxiously awaiting our chances to fish, boat, and generally enjoy the beautiful environment of our creeks and rivers. As we look forward […]