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Annual Membership Meeting - March 19, 2015

 

The Kings River Watershed Partnership Annual Membership Meeting will be held Thursday March 19th at 6:00 PM in the Meeting Room of the Berryville Community Center.

 

Light refreshments will be served. Eligible members present will vote to fill three positions on the Board of Directors. Nominations for those positions may be submitted to the Nominating Committee at P.O. Box 961, Berryville, AR. 72616. All such nominations must be received by 5 PM on February 16, 2015. Only KRWP members in good standing for continuous period of over one year may make or receive such nominations.

 


 

KRWP River Cleanups Announced!

 

Mark your calendars and plan to pitch in at this spring's river cleanups:

Saturday April 18th ~ Madison County ~ The meet-up place to be determined by water levels and weather.

Saturday May 2nd ~ Carroll County ~ Cookout and Party afterwards!!

Check the web site for details as the dates approach.

 


 

1916-Moreland Swimming Hole - Grandview Summer days gone by at the Moreland swimming hole near Grandview-1916.

 

 

1916-Moreland Swimming Hole - Grandview Hudson Bluffs in more recent times.

 

 

Ray Warren at KRWP River Cleanup-2009 Safety First! at 2009 river cleaunp.

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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.