Ozarks Water Watch at Beaver Lake is a water quality program for homeowners and residents of the Beaver Lake Watershed in Northwest Arkansas!
Ozarks Water Watch is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote water quality in the Upper White River Basin through bi-state collaboration on research, education, and public policy. At Beaver Lake, Ozarks Water Watch strives to protect the lake and its watershed through monitoring, outreach and education. Beaver Lake is the first of four major impoundments of the Upper White River Basin and serves as the drinking water source for over 400,000 people in Northwest Arkansas.
Join our StreamSmart Volunteer Monitoring Teams. Register for Training on July 14, 2018
If you are interested in joining a monitoring team, click here to learn about sites where volunteers are needed.
By: Angela Danovi, Ozarks Water Watch – Arkansas Regional Projects Coordinator Spring is a great time to be outside with […]Read More
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