Watershed Conservation Resource Center(WCRC) is a non-profit organization who works on watershed resource issues with a variety of organizations to help better manage our natural resources. The WCRC strives to protect, conserve, and restore natural resources by utilizing the watershed approach , environmental outreach and providing planning and technical assistance to landowners, communities and government. WCRC has designed and built several projects such as Mullins Branch & Mullins Rain Gardens, located on the U of A Campus just south of Bud Walton Arena; Niokaska Creek which runs through Gulley Park and Sweetbriar Park in Fayetteville; and many others located on the White River and down in the Little Rock Area. All of WCRC projects are done in an effort to better improve the quality of water and help provide a beautiful atmosphere for the public to enjoy.
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Lori Linn wrote on October 1st, 2015
Volunteer Opportunity - Wednesday, October 7th, 10am-2pm. Collecting Native Seeds from our White River Stream bank Restoration Project. Meet at 380 W Rock Street at 10am, we will carpool/caravan to the site. Pizza and drinks will be provided. For more information/registration contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 479-444-1916.