WAMN Hosts Work Day at Adopted Natural Area

Featured Image Western Arkansas Master Naturalists held a work day at Cherokee Prairie Natural Area.
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Ryan Spotts

Chief of Land Acquisition and Stewardship

Tuesday, February 27th 2018
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The Western Arkansas Master Naturalists (WAMN) recently held a work day at Cherokee Prairie Natural Area in Franklin County. The WAMN has adopted the natural area through the ANHC’s Adopt a Natural Area Program (ANAP).

Volunteers met at the natural area and picked up trash along Highway 60 and Highway 271 where the highways cut through the prairie. Originally, the WAMN had planned to clean out Prairie Creek, but after recent rains, the creek project was postponed to a later date.

WAMN members Margaret Deuster, Alice Goodlin, Dana Howard, Jay Randolph, and Eloise Johnston participated in the event. ANHC extends our appreciation to them and to members of all of our ANAP groups.

For more information about the ANAP, visit our website and fill out an online interest form, or contact Ryan Spotts at [email protected] .

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