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Federal & State Conservation Programs
Regardless of whether you live in the city, along the river, or in the country, there may be a conservation assistance program that is right for you and your property. We'll help connect you to the professionals nearby that can assist in achieving your conservation goals.

The federal land conservation funding and technical assistance programs are national in scope and the majority are offered by the Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Department of Interior's Fish and Wildlife Service.

The state of Arkansas has a number of land conservation assistance programs designed to help you with either financial or technical assistance. Take a look through the programs to see if one fits your conservation goals. The following federal and state assistance programs are designed to promote habitat protection or restoration as well as other conservation activities on your land through grants, cost-share, technical assistance, or tax incentives.

Conservation Districts
According to the Arkansas Association of Conservation Districts, their 75 conservation districts are political subdivisions of the State of Arkansas. They were established for the purpose of conserving Arkansas’s land and water resources as authorized by Act No. 197 of the Arkansas General Assembly of 1937, the Nation's first conservation district law.

The idea behind the formation of the AACD is to keep decision making on soil and water conservation matters at the local level. Each district is governed by a board of five directors who serve without pay. Two directors are appointed by the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission and three are elected by resident landowners.

The districts, along with nearly 3,000 conservation districts nationwide, provide assistance to its citizens through cooperation with federal, state and local agencies, businesses and civic organizations.

The Arkansas Conservation Partnership is a partnership, formed in 1992, that consists of seven organizations:

The Arkansas Conservation Partnership strives to more effectively assist private landowners in meeting the conservation challenges of the 21st century.

One partnership effort devoted to air quality concerns is the state’s model carbon sequestration project led by the Central Arkansas RC&D Council, which will restore a total of more than 7,800 acres working with the NRCS.

Cooperative Extension
The University of Arkansas' Division of Agriculture houses the state’s Cooperative Extension Service, with offices in all 75 counties. Extensions provides educational programs and research-based information to the people of Arkansas, enabling them to make informed decisions about their economic, social, and cultural well-being.

Extension's overall purpose is education to help people make intelligent decisions about their land, their families, and their environment. Extension's unique interdisciplinary perspective enables the organization to make a real difference in the lives of Arkansans.

The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service can provide advice and technical assistance in agriculture, home and garden, and natural resources management. Specific topics of interest to private landowners include:

  • Horticulture: lawn and garden care, fruits and vegetables, weed control, turf care
  • Forestry and tree management and health
  • Aquaculture (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff)
  • Environmental issues, policies and practices for communities, homes and farms
  • Family financial issues; i.e. estate planning, credit management and family financial planning
  • Rural community development
  • Leadership development
  • Agricultural economics
  • 4-H and youth development
  • Entomology
  • Safety issues; i.e. farm, product and weather
  • Arkansas agricultural commodities: dairy cattle, beef cattle, poultry, soybeans, rice, cotton
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NRCS Accepting 2014 EQIP Organic and High Tunnel Applications

The USDA NRCS is accepting application for EQIP and High Tunnel Applications in Arkansas until May 16th.

Shortage of Farmers Creates 'Dangerous Situation' for U.S.

According to the USDA, 15 percent of all jobs created in the U.S. between 2010 and 2015 will be in agriculture and forestry production. But the USDA expects fewer commercial farm and ranch operators to be in existence by 2015 than there are now — and a majority of jobs will be along the lines of agriculture specialists and crop management consultants.

Secretary Jewell Releases Landscape-Scale Mitigation Strategy to Encourage Dual Objectives of Smart Development and Conservation

Strategy seeks to provide clarity and consistency to more effectively avoid, minimize and compensate for impacts on public lands.

Sens. King, Collins & Reps. Michaud, Pingree Fight USDA Plan to End Valuable Resource for Maine Farmers

The USDA has proposed to close or consolidate 250 FSA offices around the country. Legislators from rural states, including Maine, have signed a letter opposing the restructuring.

USDA Announces 2014 Cotton Loan Rate Differentials

USDA Announces Funding to Train and Educate Next Generation of Farmers and Ranchers

USDA announced the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program, a program that will help train, educate and enhance the sustainability of the next generation of agricultural producers. Applications due June 12.

Deadline for LPCI Extended

The deadline for enrolling in the NRCS's Lesser Prairie Chicken Initiative has been extended to April 18.

Obama Administration Outlines New Strategy to Better Protect Communities, Businesses and Public and Private Lands from the Threat of Wildland Fire Ahead of 2014 Fire Season

The National Cohesive Wildlife Fire Management Strategy, developed by federal, state, tribal, and local community partners and public stakeholders, outlines new approaches to coordinate and integrate efforts to restore and maintain healthy landscapes, prepare communities for fire season, and better address the nation's wildland fire threats.

EPA Awarding Close to $13 Million to Assist Small Drinking Water and Wastewater Systems Across the United States

The EPA is awarding grants to help private well owners improve small system operations and management practices

USDA Officially Announces Sign-Up Date for Farmer and Rancher Disaster Assistance Programs

Sign-Up Begins April 15 for Livestock, Honeybee, Fruit Grower Programs

Estimated ACRE Payments for 2013

This article by Gary Schnitkey from the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics at the University of Illinois predicts ACRE payments for the 2013 crop year.

National effort to reduce damage caused by feral swine

Feral swine are in 17 to 39 states and have cost over $1.5 billion in annual damage. In response, the USDA has announced a national effort to reduce damage caused by these invasive animals.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Announces Progress on 2014 Farm Bill Implementation

Significant Action Taken on All Bill Titles in First Eight Weeks Since Enactment

USDA Provides Farm Bill Funding for Pest and Disease Management Programs

Conservation Grant Helps Rice Growers Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

USDA is helping to provide rice growers in California and the Midsouth with new opportunities to voluntarily execute conservation practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions while cultivating a new income stream.

USDA Announces Commodity Credit Corporation Lending Rates for April 2014

White House looks to regulate cow flatulence as part of climate agenda

Environmentalists have been pushing the Obama administration to crack down on methane emissions for some time, arguing that they drive global warming and pollute the air and water. Now the White House has proposed to cut methane emissions from dairy, agriculture, and the oil and gas industries.

USDA Announces Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2014 Feedstock Flexibility Program Plans

The CCC announced that it will not invoke the use of the FFP at this time.

USDA Announces the Extension of the Milk Income Loss Contract Program for 2014

The MILC program has been extended- protecting diary farmers enrolled in the program against income loss through Sept. 1 2014.

The man who helped save a billion lives

Norman Borlaug earned the nickname “Father of the Green Revolution,” a term used to refer to changes in agricultural practices that increased food production from the 1950s forward.

Subcommittee Examines Costs Associated With Lawsuits Filed Against the U.S. Forest Service

Rep. Glenn 'GT' Thompson, Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee's Subcommittee on Conservation, Energy, and Forestry, held a public hearing to review the impact of the Endangered Species Act and related legislation on the U.S. Forest Service.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Announces Increased Opportunity for Producers as part of New Farm Bill

Farm Loan Program Modifications Create Flexibility for New and Existing Farmers and Ranchers Alike

USDA Announces Growth of U.S. Organic Industry

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced new figures Thursday that show the organic industry continues to grow domestically and globally, with over 25,000 certified organic operations in more than 120 different countries around the world.

Agribusiness Friendliness Index

The Agribusiness Friendliness Index represents an attempt to quantify the various factors that influence the business climate for agribusinesses in each state.

New subsurface poultry litter works for no-till corn

A new poultry litter application method injects dry litter directly into the soil by using a subsurface litter application implement developed by USDA-ARS.

Net Farm Income Forecast To Fall in 2014

The ERS report forecasts a decline in net farm income in 2014.

USDA Announces Efforts to Expand Support for Small and Mid-Sized Farmers and Ranchers

The recent Census of Agriculture shows that there is tremendous growth potential for small and mid-sized producers in the American agricultural landscape. The USDA is taking a hard look at existing resources to ensure that they work for producers of all sizes, adjusting policies, strengthening programs and intensifing outreach to meet the needs of small and mid-sized producers.

USDA Announces Support for Innovative, Sustainable Wood Building Materials to Protect Environment and Create Jobs

Secretary Vilsack: One of the world's oldest building materials is now also one of its most advanced

Pork producers blasted by new virus, PEDv

Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PEDv, continue to slam U.S. pork producers, including Ohio farmers.

EPA Asks Americans to Join the Race to Stop Water Leaks

WaterSense celebrates Fix a Leak Week Beginning March 17

State Wildlife Directors Approve NBCI Implementation Plan for State-Level Bobwhite Restoration

 ‘Most ambitious collaboration in bobwhite conservation history’ provides specific guidance for states to show sustainable success in 5-10 years'

Prairie strips aid production, conservation

Photographs, infographics and interviews paint a full-color big picture view of prairie strips in a new publication from Iowa State University’s STRIPS team and the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture.

Fast Internet in Rural America?

Google may eventually have the answer with the expansion of it's Google Fiber project.

Young Farmers Remain Concerned About Land Availability

Securing adequate land to grow crops and raise livestock was the top challenge identified again this year in the American Farm Bureau Federation's annual outlook survey of participants in the Young Farmers & Ranchers program.

Quiet business is international firm dealing in agriculture and soils

Perry Agricultural Laboratory is an international soil testing, farm consulting, agricultural law business that has been serving producers for decades.

Southwest water deficits could be Southeast agriculture’s gain

Alabama and other Southeastern states could gain an advantage by increasing their irrigation capabilities and by wisely managing their water resources.

Conservation Agriculture: A powerful tool for the future

Conservation agriculture offers a powerful option for meeting future food demands while also contributing to sustainable agriculture and rural development. CA methods can improve the efficiency of input, increase farm income, improve or sustain crop yields and protect and revitalise soil, biodiversity and the natural resource base.

USDA Enhances Farm Storage Facility Loan Program

Comparison of 2008 and 2014 Farm Bills

The Natural Resources Conservation Service has produced an easy to navigate, side-by-side comparision of 2008 and 2014 Farm Bill Programs.

Livestock Producers Affected by Severe Weather Urged to Keep Good Records

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Juan M. Garcia, today repeated his appeal to livestock producers affected by natural disasters such as the drought in the West and the unexpected winter storm in the upper Midwest to keep thorough records. This includes livestock and feed losses, and any additional expenses that are a result of losses to purchased forage or feed stuff.

How one family maintains a diversified, sustainable farm

Producer Annie Dee explains importance of cover crops, irrigation, soil health.

Broadcast Recording Available from National Cover Crops Conference

The conference recording features a discussion of how cover crops can improve soil health and the major barriers to their increased adoption, and was led by Buffett and fellow panelists Jason Weller, chief of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Ray Gaesser, Iowa farmer and American Soybean Association president.

Climate Change and Agriculture in the Northwest: Challenges and Opportunities

Climate change impacts to agriculture in the Pacific Northwest are detailed in the recent report, Climate Change in the Northwest: Implications for Our Landscapes, Waters, and Communities.

Press Release: Wall Street Banks Eye American Farmland, Threaten Future of U.S. Agriculture

Forest Assessment After an Ice Storm

Winter Storm Pax killed three people in northern Texas and two in Mississippi, but the storm’s destructive freeze seemed to get worse for trees as it moved east the week of Feb. 9-15.

USDA Announces New Grants to Help Communities Meet Water Challenges in Coming Years

$6 Million in Fiscal Year 2014, Up to $30 Million Over Next Five Years Available

Water-Cleaning Technology Could Help Farmers

The Panoche Water District and WaterFX have developed a solar thermal desalinization plant, which if proven commercially viable could relieve drought pressures on western farmers.

USDA Announces No Storage Deficit Areas for the 2013-Crop Cotton Marketing Assistance Loan Program

USDA Announces 2014 Upland Cotton Marketing Assistance Loan Rate

Commodity Credit Corporation Executive Vice President Juan M. Garcia today announced the marketing assistance loan rate for 2014-crop base quality upland cotton.

Secretary Vilsack Announces Regional Hubs to Help Agriculture, Forestry Mitigate the Impacts of a Changing Climate

'Climate Hubs' will provide regional networks on climate science, forecasting impacts as part of President's Climate Action Plan

Growing Insects: Farmers Can Help to Bring Back Pollinators

Across the world there has been a notable decline in pollinators, which can have catastrophic impacts on agriculture and ecosystems.

NRCS and Forest Service partner to restore and improve forest health

In Arkansas, the Western Arkansas Woodland Restoration project aims to double the conservation activity on private lands in 29 counties and on the Ozark-St. Francis and Ouachita National Forests over the next three years.

The USDA Released Agricultural Projections to 2022

The USDA has provided longrun projections for the farm sector for the next 10 years.

Leading Environmental Restoration and Mitigation Banking Firm Expands Into Conservation Banking: Lesser Prairie Chicken to Benefit

The partnership between Restoration Systems LLC and Common Ground Capital will provide the capital and strategic resources needed to enable CGC to complete execution of landscape-scale species conservation banks. These banks will compensate for the destruction of the Lesser Prairie Chicken habitat.

NRCS and Forest Service Partner to Improve Forest Health

San Bernardino and Riverside County, California Among Areas Targeted to Reduce Wildfire Risk

USDA Accepts Grant Applications for Conservation Innovation Efforts

Grant Program Links Public, Private Groups to Improve the Environment and Preserve Resources

Finite Carbon and Potlatch Corporation Register Forest Carbon Project with California Air Resources Board Compliance Offset Market

Finite Carbon and Potlatch Corporation today announced the successful completion and registration of the Finite Carbon – Moro Big Pine CE Improved Forest Management Early Action Offset Project with the California Air Resources Board.

USDA Offers Hurricane Sandy Victims a New Opportunity to Enroll Land into Easements

Landowners impacted by Hurricane Sandy can enroll their property in a floodplain easement through the USDA. Deadline to apply is April 18th.

The Scott River Water Trust: Improving Stream Flows the Easy Way

A PERC case study on the Scott River Water Trust shows how a trust has pioneered the use of low-volume, low-cost water leases to enhance environmental flows. The trust pays farmers to leave water instream for salmon and steelhead.

Year's First National Water Forecast Predicts Limited Supply West of the Continental Divide

NRCS NWCC data predicts a limited water supply west of the Continental Divide.

EPA Proposes Updates to Air Standards for Newly Manufactured Woodstoves and Heaters

Updates would make the next generation of woodstoves and heaters significantly cleaner and more efficient

USDA Announces No Actions in early 2014 under the Feedstock Flexibility Program

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that USDA does not expect to take any actions under the Feedstock Flexibility Program (FFP) in the first calendar quarter of 2014.

MSU releases app for beef producers

The Mississippi State University Extension Service released the MSUES Cattle Calculator on Dec. 2 for Apple devices.

USDA Brings Additional Relief to Landowners Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Second Round of Conservation Easement Applications to be Accepted in 2014.

NBCI's 2013 Almanac Examines Bobwhite Restoration Advancements
While the wild bobwhite quail population continues to struggle, the momentum to restore their populations range wide continues to grow with several important pieces falling into place over the last year, according to Don McKenzie, director of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI).

SEAFWA Endorses Full Funding for NBCI by States
The Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) has voted unanimously to endorse member states’ fully funding the core operations of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) for an initial three-year period. 

Experts: 'Something Bigger is Going on' with Wildfires
Science is connecting hotter, bigger fires and a longer, more intense fire season with changes in the climate.

Don’t plant fescue
JONESBORO – Every year about this time, hunters and private landowners begin planting fall and winter food plots for wildlife.

What Good is Dead Wood?
When you hear a barred owl calling “who cooks for you?” in your woods, chances are it’s calling from a nest cavity in the limb of a dying tree.

Current Arkansas deer harvest now available online
LITTLE ROCK –Deer hunters interested in studying the state’s deer harvest can now get real-time data on the season.

At trial, BP denies dithering during response to U.S. Gulf spill
Dithering and indecision at BP Plc delayed the capping of its Macondo well and worsened the extent of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, according to allegations by plaintiffs' lawyers at trial on Tuesday that the British company denied.

Outdoor recreation provides a $1.8 billion economic benefit in Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansans take The Natural State nickname to heart, and they should. Outdoors-related recreation generates more than $4.9 million a day in Arkansas.

QUWF Steps Up Support of Wild Quail Restoration
PORTLAND, OR -- The Buffalo, Missouri-based Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation (QUWF) stepped up support of national efforts to restore wild bobwhite quail populations recently, signing a formal agreement in support of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) during the annual meeting of the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies.

Hunting Guidebook is a helpful and handy accessory
Arkansas Outdoors Weekly Newsletter, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

How’s Your Habitat? Deer Management Cooperatives – Partnering to improve your deer herd and habitat
LITTLE ROCK – Deer management cooperatives are partnerships between neighboring landowners or deer clubs that allow the participants to manage deer more effectively.

'Licence to trash' offsetting scheme set back until Autumn
Government proposals would mean developers would have to pay compensation equal to any damage to habitats

Backyard Conservation: Bringing conservation from the countryside to your backyard
Just as they do on the farm, conservation practices on nonagricultural land can help increase food and shelter for birds and other wildlife, control soil erosion, reduce sediment in waterways, conserve water and improve water quality, inspire a stewardship ethic, and beautify the landscape.

NBTC Petitions FSA for Addition to CP33 Eligibility

Farm bill and sequestration impacting conservation programs
Farm and nutrition programs are often at the forefront of debate over a new farm bill. But conservation programs are also a vital part of the farm bill mix.

Farm bill and sequestration impacting conservation programs
Farm and nutrition programs are often at the forefront of debate over a new farm bill. But conservation programs are also a vital part of the farm bill mix.

Commission's hotline updated with hunting information
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a toll free number targeting those outdoorsmen specifically interested in the state’s wildlife.

How’s Your Habitat: Cool Season Food Plots for Deer
Fall food plots are great for increasing deer sightings, allowing hunters to harvest deer, and supplementing the natural vegetation that is available for deer and minimizing the effects of nutritionally stressful winter periods.

Texas Quail Group Supports NBCI Ag Policy Efforts with $75,000 Grant
The Dallas-based, non-profit Park Cities Quail (PCQ) organization has awarded the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) $75,000 to support its efforts to educate federal agriculture policymakers in the nation’s capital regarding farm policy impacts on bobwhite quail and other wildlife species.

Hunters, taxidermists and meat processors asked to help in keeping Arkansas CWD free
LITTLE ROCK – Wildlife biologists with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have implemented new rules in an effort to increase Arkansas’s defenses against chronic wasting disease. This disease is more commonly known as CWD.

Food plots out-perform corn feeders for deer
LITTLE ROCK – Like elevated stands, corn feeders are now prevalent in Arkansas deer hunting.

Row Crop Field Buffers Show Dramatic Increase in Bobwhite Potential in Most Regions
A conservation practice introduced in agricultural row crop settings in 2004 by USDA at the behest of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) has resulted in bobwhite populations up to three times greater than those found in traditionally managed crop fields, according to a just-released study of the program’s impacts.

How’s your habitat? Haying your pasture the wildlife friendly way
CALICO ROCK – Nothing changes the landscaping of your property overnight like hay cutting your fields. Most of the time, a hay cutting operation is done over a short period of time such as a couple of days or a weekend.

USDA and DOI Highlight Successes of Protecting Bird Habitat on Private Lands
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell today announced the release of the State of the Birds 2013 Report on Private Lands.

United States and Arkansas File Joint Complaint Against ExxonMobil for Pegasus Pipeline Oil Spill in Mayflower, Arkansas
(Dallas – June 13, 2013) WASHINGTON – Today the United States and the state of Arkansas filed a joint enforcement action against ExxonMobil Pipeline Company and Mobil Pipe Line Company (ExxonMobil) in federal district court in Little Rock, Ark.

New report on the Lower Mississippi River out for public comment
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in partnership with several non-government organizations, is currently involved in the Lower Mississippi River Resource Assessment (LMRRA), which includes three phases: (1) information for river-related management, (2) habitat needs, and (3) recreation and access needs.

How’s your habitat? Shrub Thickets – Covey Headquarters for Quail
By David Graves, AGFC Private Lands Biologist

Latest Quail Research Available in New Volume
The latest in peer-reviewed quail research is now available in a 386-page volume, Quail VII: Proceedings of the Seventh National Quail Symposium.

Vilsack Outlines Vision for Agricultural Solutions to Environmental Challenges
WASHINGTON, June 5, 2013-Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today said that the Federal government must increase collaboration with producers, researchers and industry to develop the next generation of solutions that will help agriculture mitigate and adapt to modern climate challenges.

Survey of Woodland Owners Reveals Major Challenges
The U.S. Forest Service regularly surveys woodland owners to get information on the land they own, why they own it, how they use it and if—and how—they manage it.

Join AFF's Free the Trees Campaign
Insects, diseases and weeds threaten the future of the woodlands we cherish. Some 58 million acres of forestland in the United States are imperiled by pests and pathogens. More than 500 tree-damaging pests from other countries have become established here, with a new threat introduced every two to three years.

Wetlands clean water, provide homes for wildlife across the nation
Wetlands play a crucial role in the world’s ecosystem by protecting and improving water quality, filtering surface water, storing floodwater and creating or enhancing wildlife habitat.

Successful Managing Our Nation’s Fisheries Conference Brings Together Diverse Voices
Press Release

Feral Swine: Ripping and Rooting Their Way across America
Feral swine have been called the “rototillers” of nature. Their longs snouts and tusks allow them to rip and root their way across America in search of food. Unfortunately, the path they leave behind impacts ranchers, farmers, land managers, conservationists, and suburbanites alike.

As honey bee numbers drop, U.S. sees threat to food supply
Honey bees, which play a key role in pollinating a wide variety of food crops, are in sharp decline in the United States, due to parasites, disease and pesticides, said a federal report released on Thursday.

Grant helps educate tribes on drought management
With the help of a USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service grant, the American Indian Inter Tribal Buffalo Council is working to make tribal lands more resilient to drought.

Water Quality Index for Agricultural Runoff, Streamlined and Accessible
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service has developed a new web-based tool to help producers easily calculate the quality of water flowing off their fields.

Conservation and the Fiscal Cliff Deal
Enhanced Tax Incentive & Charitable Deduction Survive

Bird feeders can promote avian diseases
LITTLE ROCK – A number of Arkansans, as well as birdwatchers in other states, are reporting sick birds, primarily pine siskins, at their bird feeders and in their yards.

AGFC crews rush to help stop flow of oil near Lake Conway
MAYFLOWER – If not for the quick work of Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff, other state and local agencies, along with various hazardous material cleanup crews, the oil spill at Mayflower may have been much worse. Last week, a 20-inch pipeline carrying heavy Canadian crude oil burst spilling thousands of gallons of oil into a residential storm drain that leads to Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir.

The State of Our Rivers and Streams
A recent EPA survey shows that more than half of the nation’s rivers and stream miles are in poor condition for aquatic life.

Arkansas opens probe into Exxon oil spill; clean-up continues
Arkansas on Tuesday launched an investigation into an Exxon Mobil pipeline rupture that spilled thousands of barrels of crude oil into a housing development last week, just as forecast rain was expected to complicate the clean-up.

Exxon replacing oiled Arkansas lawns, ruptured pipeline still shut
Exxon Mobil Corp on Wednesday was digging out oiled lawns to replace them with fresh sod in an Arkansas neighborhood where a crude oil pipeline ruptured last week, but the line remained shut with no estimate of when it would restart, the company said.

Marine Recreational Information Program Update New Public Access Fishing Site Register is Launched
On January 24, 2013, NOAA Fisheries launched a new comprehensive, online database of public recreational fishing sites on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts.

New Bobwhite Foundation Gets $1 Million Commitment As a Challenge for Additional Contributions
A bobwhite enthusiast in Texas kicked off fundraising for the new Bobwhite Foundation this week with a $100,000 endowment … and a promise to match up to $1 million in “endowed” donations from any other source within the next two years.

Exxon oil spill cleanup ongoing in Arkansas, pipeline shut
Exxon Mobil Corp continued efforts on Monday to clean up thousands of barrels of heavy Canadian crude oil spilled from a near 65-year-old pipeline in Arkansas, as a debate raged about the safety of transporting rising volumes of the fuel into the United States.

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