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Horticulture Team Promotes Arkansas Native Plants

The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks (4703 North Crossover Road in Fayetteville) comprises of a collection of ten themed gardens and the region’s only butterfly house.  It draw more than 40,000 visitors a year. Six years ago the Ozark Native … Continue reading

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Invasive Removal at Pruitt

Volunteers from Buffalo National River Partners, Arkansas Native Plant Society, Arkansas Audubon, and the Ozark Society gathered at Pruitt near the Buffalo National River to remove the invasive rose of Sharon, Hibiscus syriacus, from areas near the native and globally threatened Alabama snow-wreath, Neviusia alabamensis. Continue reading

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Audubon Natural History Workshop Weekend

What do birds, insects, trees and flowers have in common?  On September 22-23 of 2012, they were each the topic of a workshop sponsored by the Arkansas Audubon Society.  Held at the Ferncliff Presbyterian Camp and Conference Center, just west … Continue reading

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