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March 6, 2013 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Date03/06/2013
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Rules must be followed to nail a state fish record
LITTLE ROCK – The weather is warming, official spring is approaching, and many Arkansans are getting into fishing mode.

AGFC Youth Conservation Institute begins this summer
LITTLE ROCK – Looking for a way to spend part of your summer and learn something about conservation in The Natural State? The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Youth Conservation Institute just may be the answer.

How’s your habitat?
AGFC offers technical assistance to private landowners by David Long, AGFC Private Lands Supervisor
LITTLE ROCK – AGFC offers private landowners technical assistance and advice in managing wildlife through a statewide staff of private lands biologists. Landowners who would like assistance managing for wildlife, have several regional biologists ready to help.

Archery state tournament March 15-16
HOT SPRINGS - The Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program – part of the National Archery in the Schools Program – will hold its state tournament March 15-16 at Summit Arena in Hot Springs. More than 2,000 kids from 125 Arkansas schools are scheduled to compete. Competition begins at 8:30 a.m. each day.
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