March 26, 2019
Final Public Information Meeting Scheduled for March 26 in Calico Rock
to Discuss the Voluntary Draft Watershed-Based Management Plan
for the Middle White River Watershed
The final public information meeting has been scheduled for March 26th (a Tuesday) in Calico Rock by the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission to discuss the components of the voluntary, non-regulatory Draft Watershed-Based Management Plan for the Middle White River. The meeting will be at the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission North Central Regional Office, 1125 AR 56 Hwy.
It will begin at 1 p.m. and conclude by 3:30.There is no charge to attend.
This is the last of four public meetings. The first meeting was in Batesville on May 31st, the second was in Calico Rock on September 11th, and the third was in Batesville on November 28th.
After a summary is given
of the November 28th meeting in Batesville, the primary components of the Draft Watershed-Based Management Plan for the Middle White River will be explained, including highlighted subwatersheds, proposed management activities with cost-sharing and technical assistance opportunities, and other activities such as proposed monitoring, outreach, and educational opportunities. During the meeting, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide suggestions for the Draft.
The Watershed Management Plan should be completed by September of 2019. It will provide a framework for landowners, communities, and organizations to voluntarily undertake water quality projects in the watershed and improve their ability to solicit and secure funding and assistance from various government and private sources.
For more information, contact:
ANRC, (501) 682 1611; Tony Ramick, Tony.Ramick@arkansas.gov or FTN Associates, (501) 225 7779; Terry Horton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry W. Horton
3 Innwood Circle, Suite 220
Little Rock, AR 72211
Office: (501) 225-7779
Cell: (501) 831-1135
Fax: (501) 225-6738