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Madison County River Cleanup - Saturday April 26th

The Madison County Kings River clean-up plan is to meet at Marble Access, just west of the Kings River Store and Gas station on 412 in Marble at 8am. We will clean approximately 6-7 river miles and have arranged to have a great take-out point generously provided by private landowners that will make for an easy shuttle. Dress for the weather and bring a lunch and extra drinking water. Call Ray Warren with any questions or last-minute updates at 870 654-4134. Map

 

Win a Kayak! Support KRWP and buy a raffle ticket.
Ozark Mountain Trading Company on Hwy. 62 east of Rogers has teamed up with the KRWP to offer the chance to win this 9' 5" Perception Tribe sit-on-top kayak.

 

 

Drawing takes place Saturday, May 31st following the Kings River Clean-up. Need not be present to win, but why not join us that day as we give the river a spring cleaning? Enjoy a cookout afterwards, with door prizes and drawings.

 

Tickets for sale at Eye-Q Optical in Berryville, Mane Street Salon, Green Forest, and Ozark Mountain Trading Company, 7 miles east of Rogers on Hwy. 62. Email LinWellford@gmail.com for times and directions for clean-up. Download Poster.


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The Kings River Watershed Partnership, located in Northwest Arkansas, is a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization founded in 2001. It is a cooperative effort founded by local people and organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes; more specifically to protect the health, purity, and economic viability of the Kings River watershed, now and for future generations.

 

The membership of KRWP includes local citizens, from all walks of life, who are interested in protecting the Kings River Watershed. View Large Map (715 Kb)

 

Diversity of features in the watershed is a characteristic of the region and is reflected in the range of interests of the membership. Among the members there are property owners, small business owners, fisherman, poultry growers, recreational enthusiasts, farmers, cattlemen, conservationists, educators, retirees, and families that picnic, float, swim, and fish in the river and its tributaries.