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4-H students learn water quality by bug kicking
David Duncan, IRWP Conservation Program Coordinator and
4-H leaders from Arkansas and Oklahoma learn about
water quality and conservation programs while floating
the Illinois River.

Bloomfield 4-H Club help water 1,000 new tree seedlings
planted at AEP-SWEPCO Tree Farm in Gentry.  Trees will be used in IRWP Riparian Projects and Rain Gardens. 

Clean Water Rainger Captain Marshall performs
Captain Marshall of the Clean Water Raingers has performed for over 10,000 and continues watershed concerts this August at
Benton County Fair Kids' Day, Frisco Fair in Rogers and the
Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission meeting in Tahlequah.   

 

 
Join us at these IRWP August Events
August 9
9:00 - 10:00 am
USGS Scientists demonstrate  biological assessment.
Meet at Cross Church parking lot just west of I-540.
See scientists conduct monitoring on Osage Creek. 
Click Here for more information  
 
August 9
6:00 - 8:30 pm
Board Meeting
Cave Springs Lakeview Baptist Church
 
August 10
AEP-SWEPCO Tree Farm presentation Fayetteville
City Hall
4:00 pm.
 
August 16
9:00 am - Noon
Scull Creek Cleanup
Meet at Malco Theater parking lot Fayetteville
 
August 16
6:00 pm
Clean Water Raingers Concert
Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission
Tahlequah
 
August 18-21
Benton County
Fair Booth
 
August 19
10:00 am
Clean Water Rainger Concert
Benton County Fair
Kid's Day
 
August 26
Frisco Fair
Downtown Rogers
 
August 30-Sep 3
Washington County Fair Booth
  
 To learn more or join the IRWP go online at www.irwp.org
watershed campers prepare to canoe/kayak
Watershed Campers move to "classroom" on Lake Fayetteville.
Conduct water quality monitoring and fly fishing lessons!

watershed campers launch at Lake Fayetteville
Watershed Campers learn how to canoe and kayak with Kevin Bennoch, Environemental Study Center and watershed camp instructor.  Campers learn water safety for lakes and rivers.

Scull Creek cleanup 2010
UA student volunteers learn first-hand about the Illinois River Watershed and one of its major creeks while conducting Scull Creek cleanup each August as part of UA ROCK Camp.

 

 
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