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September/October 2022 Articles

The Heart of an Animal

When the Corps of Engineers began a project to turn the Cache River into a ditch, Dr. Rex Hancock of Stuttgart began to mobilize anyone who would listen. By Jeff Williams.

More Water, More Walleye

Turkey Harvest Makes Modest Move

Hunters harvested a few more birds during the 2022 season than they did during the 2021 season, which is good news for AGFC biologists. By Jeff Williams.

Turkey Harvest Makes Modest Move

Make Room for Black Bears

Two bear management zones in southern Arkansas will be open for hunting this fall, and a research project begins to collect biological data from 15 females. By Jeff Williams.

Talkin’ Trash – But Keeping It Clean

The new executive director of the Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission brings the eye of a hunter and an angler to eradicating trash in The Natural State. By Jim Harris.

Pine Bluff’s Jones Seated on Commission

Bill Jones is familiar to Arkansans from television and business, although his outdoor roots run deep; Bennie Westphal completes shortened term. By Jim Harris.

Leaders Step Up

Two deputy director positions at the AGFC’s administration level were filled by chiefs, and two chief positions were filled by veteran employees. By Jim Harris and Randy Zellers.

AGFC Officers Honored for Excellence

Twenty-five AGFC enforcement officers and a K-9 were recogvized for meritorious service and saving lives during a ceremony at Little Rock headquarters. By Randy Zellers.

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