AR’ White River TU Chapter #698, made a commitment to plant 50,000 eggs a year for a minimum of 5 years (and probably more), in the Norfork Tailwater and White Rivers. So far 250,000 eggs have been distributed in the Norfork Tailwater and 100,000 in the White.
These photos if nothing else will help fuel the volunteer efforts for future work days. We know we have some obstacles to face in our atte... more
The mission of the Arkansas White River Chapter’s youth program is to help develop the next generation of cold water conservationists. White River Chapter 698 summer camp for 2016 is Saturday and Sunday, June 18 & 19. This is actually a Generation Camp. Each child (ages 10-15) is to be accompanied by an adult (parent, grandparent, relative or friend). The adult simply needs the desire to be a... more
The Norfork Elementary School has been part of our Trout in the Classroom program for a few years. Students released this year's batch on May 8, 2015. Here are the experiences of raising trout in a classroom from science teacher, Wade Geery.
Since we raised about seventy-five rainbow trout during 2014, I didn’t expect much difference this past year. Well, I was to learn much different.
I guess tha... more