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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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More storms bring flooding, replanting woes to Arkansas farmers

Every week Arkansas farmers hope to put the devastating storms of late April and early May behind th...

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Unconventional Oil and Gas Production Not Currently Affecting Drinking Water Quality

A new U.S. Geological Survey study shows that unconventional oil and gas production in some areas of...

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Model Your Watershed with Free Web App

An innovative web tool called Model My Watershed allows anyone to map any watershed, at any location...

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FISH KILL: Biologists Explain Why Fish Are Dead By The Hundreds At Lake Of The Ozarks

Fish are being found dead by the hundreds from the 50MM of Lake of the Ozarks to Turman Dam. Biologi...

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Greywater: The Future of Water Preservation

One opportunity to preserve the water we do have lies in recycling and reusing water that we’ve al...

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Road Salt & the Environment

"Road Salt & the Environment" - This week's Ozarks Water Watch eNewsletter. To have our newsletter d...

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City to launch voluntary coal tar program

In an effort to decrease the use of coal tar, the city of Springfield will focus on education and po...

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Why You Should Plan a Road Trip Through the Ozark Mountains

The Ozarks Mountains have long been a destination for those seeking outdoor adventures among its rug...

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Midwest Outdoors: Shane Bush, 6/3/17 - Additional Programming -

Shane Bush, Missouri Department of Conservation biologist for Lake Taneycomo and Table Rock, is inte...

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The Science Behind How Nature Affects Your Health

Incorporating nature matters for our children as well. A study that tracked more than 3,000 children...

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Here's an A-to-Z guide for Arkansas summer fun activities

As the weather warms up and days get longer, here’s an A to Z guide to help you get the most out o...

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Big, fast boats stirring up trouble at Lake of the Ozarks

Bigger boats driving at higher speeds are causing rocky waters on the Lake of the Ozarks.

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