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Ozarks Water Watch

We promote water quality in the upper White River basin watershed thorough bi-state collaboration on research, public policy and action projects in Arkansas and Missouri.

Ozarks Water Watch is a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving the water quality of the upper White River watershed. The watershed includes 4 major impoundments, three major rivers and numerous smaller lakes and streams crisscrossing over 14,000 square miles in 19 counties in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. With your help, we will work together to make Beaver, Table Rock, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals Lakes the four cleanest man-made lakes in North America!

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LR firm chosen to drill under pig farm's ponds

The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality this week selected a contractor for a drilling proj...

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MDC stocks rainbow, brown trout for Missouri anglers

MDC hatcheries stock nearly 2 million trout annually. They are produced each year for stocking desig...

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Fish habitat bundles sunk at Norfork, Bull Shoals lake

The Missouri Department of Conservation is in the process of building about 115 "fishing holes" on B...

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Should Olympians have to Compete in Pollution?

"Should Olympians have to Compete in Pollution?" - This weeks Ozarks Water Watch eNewsletter. To hav...

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Phosphorus pollution poses a major threat to the world's lakes

Nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen are necessary for plant growth, but excess nutrients in a wat...

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Onsite Installer Magazine

Ozarks Water Watch - Beaver, Table Rock, Taneycomo & Bull Shoals Lakes shared Onsite Installer Magaz...

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Secchi Day | Beaver Water District

The Science Education Festival includes activities for all ages, with a mobile aquarium, on shore sc...

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Back to life: Sac River Revenant project restores local waterway

Mike Kromrey, executive director of the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks, said the Revenant project...

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Clean, drain, dry boats to stop invasive species

Clean. Drain. Dry. This three-word mantra has become a common phrase in boating circles because it a...

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Ponds make for great fishing during hot summer months

Ponds are a nice option on summer days when the fishing can be as hot as our July weather.

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StreamSmart Volunteer Training

Today is the last day to register for StreamSmart Training to monitor streams in the Beaver Lake Wat...

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Forests have large impact on water quality

When water quality is talked about most of the focus is on agriculture, but people tend to ignore or...

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