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January/February 2022 Articles

Conservation’s Hot Topic

Burning habitat to improve it doesn’t seem plausible, which could be why people think a smoky haze filtering through the trees is bad news. By Jeff Williams.

Conservattion's Hot Topic


A Better Beaver Lake

The AGFC’s Fisheries Division has a habit of cutting cedar trees, linking them together and sinking them in the Army Corps of Engineers’ big lakes. By Jim Harris.

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Power of Pollinators

Catfish Jump Up in Angler Survey
Two statistics stand out in a survey about habits of Arkansas bank anglers: Catfish is their No. 1 target and they like to fish close to home. By Jim Harris.

Sandbars in the City
My name is Duane Allen Grantham, but just call me D.A., and I have been a confirmed woods bum and river rat since I was 8 years old in 1944. By D.A. Grantham.

Time and Temperature
Why would graduate student Jonathan Kressuk wade through a foot of water, hauling bags of ice into the wetlands of Cut-Off Creek WMA? By Lon Tegels.

CWD Case Detected in Southern Arkansas
Chronic wasting disease reached southern Arkansas Nov. 30 when a white-tailed deer shot by a hunter in Union County tested positive. By Randy Zellers and Jeff Williams.

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