Nature

Courtesy / Jami Linder Photography

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has observed two new bird species nesting in a southern Arkansas wetland that had been restored.

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The Land Trust Alliance, as well as regional nonprofit land trusts in Arkansas, are issuing a warning about promoters who package and sell syndicated conservation easements to investors as tax shelters.

Courtesy Northwest Arkansas Land Trust

The Northwest Arkansas Land Trust is requesting proposals by June 21 for artists to participate in the first-ever Immerse: Wilson Springs, a nature and arts festival to celebrate the Wilson Springs Preserve opening to the public in September.

Artists’ proposals may be for sculpture installations, musical and theatrical performances, pop-up installations or workshops and group activities. You can find more information  here.

Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalists has helped conserve Arkansas' natural habitat for more than a decade. From assisting state park maintenance to educating the community on environmental preservation, the group offers vital information and opportunities for anyone interested in the outdoors.