Arkansas's natural areas encompass a wide range of natural communities and protect a diverse array of species. Environmental stewardship is the process of managing these areas to ensure that they are conserved for current and future generations.
Everyone has their own definition of what stewardship means to them. Stewardship often evokes a sense of personal responsibility for ensuring that natural resources are managed not only for our own quality of life, but for future generations as well. Through an exciting new initiative, you can participate in the stewardship of Arkansas's System of Natural Areas.
The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC) has partnered with the William J. Clinton Presidential Center to form a Land Stewardship Program. This program provides an opportunity for you to become actively engaged in the conservation of native species and habitats through charitable contributions. This program is part of the Clinton Presidential Center support of environmental education and outreach efforts. The Land Stewardship Program promotes charitable donations to support habitat conservation. As a Natural Area Steward, you will support the long-term management of land and water to sustain Arkansas's natural heritage resources.
Donors of less than $100 will:
All donors who make donations of greater than $100 will:
Donors that make unrestricted donations of $5,000 or more can also, if they wish:
Habitat conservation donations can also be made in honor or in memory of someone. Honorary or Memorial donations can be accepted via postal mail or in person at our office in downtown Little Rock.