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2008 Riparian Project Rain Gear
2008 Riparian Project - 4 Locations, 3,000 seedlings
40 Degrees and Rain, Rain Rain!   Volunteers at Fayetteville Hamestring Creek
Cub Pack 46

2009 Riparian Project Rain Gear
2009 Riparian Project - 5 Locations, 5,000 seedlings
30 Degrees, Sleet and Snow!   Volunteers at Springdale Spring Creek
Springdale Public Works, Tyson, Kawneer, Haas Hall volunteers

2010 Riparian Project Rain Gear
2010 Riparian Project - 7 Locations, 4,000 seedlings 
40 Degrees and Partly Cloudy - Volunteers at Rogers Osage Creek Trail
Congressman Steve Womack, JP Dan Douglas and Rogers High students

2011 Riparian Project - No Rain Gear Required
2011 Riparian Project - 7 Locations, 5,000 seedlings
 65 Degrees and Sunny!  Volunteers at Siloam Springs Sager Creek
John Brown University students

 

2012
RIPARIAN PROJECT
SATURDAY, MARCH 10 
 
RAIN OR SHINE!
 
5th Annual
Riparian Project!
 
Rain is good for trees and
hardy tree planters! 
 
Click here for  
  
 
FAYETTEVILLE
Scull Creek: 
Gordon Long Park on Gregg St. 
LEADERS:
Dr. Dirk Philipp, UA
David Duncan, IRWP
Becky Roark, IRWP
Jennifer Michaels, IRWP
 
PRAIRIE GROVE
Illinois River:
Battlefield Park Trail
LEADERS:
Tracie Ashley, EAST Lab
Gene Pharr, Farm Bureau
 
ROGERS
Blossom Way Creek: 
S. 26th Street Trail
Immanuel Baptist Church
LEADERS:
Dan Douglas, Benton County JP
Andrea Brinton, Rogers Parks
Michael Wilkinson, Eagle Scout 
 
SILOAM SPRINGS
Sager Creek: 
John Brown University Soccer Field
LEADERS:
Scott Carney, SWEPCO
Tom Myers, Siloam Water
Dr. Joel Funk, JBU
Brian Morseman and Joe Kmetz, JBU Nature Society
 
SPRINGDALE
Spring Creek: 
Grove Street Park
LEADERS:
Sam Goade, Springdale Public Works
Mike Hicklin, Landscaping
Tree City Committee
 
 TAHLEQUAH
Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission Hwy 10
LEADER:
Ed Fite, OSRC Administrator
 
Flint Creek Power Plant Tree Farm
 1,000 tree seedlings were planted in recycled tree bags made from plastic bottles by Gentry and Siloam Springs High School volunteers. Trees grow 6 months to 2 years at the tree farm and are then transplanted for streambank restorations, trails, city parks, riparian buffers in the Illinois River Watershed.
  
Register Online for the Spring Rain Garden Academy sponsored by Beaver Water District and IRWP 
Rain Garden Grants available for the Illinois River and Beaver Lake Watersheds. 
Grant applications at:
 
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For more information
call 479-238-4671
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