September/October 2020 Articles
Quotes about moving mountains abound but few mention rerouting rivers, which is exactly what happened on a King's River tributary in Madison County. By Jeff Williams.
Jami Linder, a wildlife photographer from Ashley County, documents roseate spoonbills and white-faced ibis nesting for the first time in Arkansas. By Randy Zellers.
Nursery Opens on Little Red River
Supported by partnerships, volunteers and a few days of hard work, 50,000 Bonneville cutthroat trout eggs from Wyoming are planted at Jon's Pocket. By Jeff Williams.
Piling Up Pins
Roger Pyzocha becomes the first fisherman to claim catches in all eight categories of species in the AGFC's Master Angler Program, which dates back to 1985. By Jim Harris.
Taking Bites Out of Alligatorweed
The second year of the AGFC’s latest approach to battling an invasive plant on Lake Conway appears to be making a dent in its spread. By Jim Harris.
AGFC Experience 'Exceeds Expectations'
Ken Reeves, a retired lawyer from Harrison, looks back on seven years as a commissioner as Rob Finley of Mountain Home is appointed to start a new term. By Jim Harris.
Permits Drawn for Fall Alligator, Elk Hunts
After the Buffalo River Elk Festival in Jasper is cancelled, 23 Arkansans win permits to hunt elk; 38 names are drawn for September's alligator hunts. By AGFC staff.
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