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Field trip to Livingston Creek and Hog Hollow

On Saturday, October 12, Arkansas Native Plant Society (ANPS) members visited two sites in the Ozark National Forest just north of Mountain View. The sites were only a few miles apart, one next to Livingston Creek and the other at … Continue reading

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ANPS Field Trip on April 14 to Cossatot River State Park

Field trips of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!) Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Uncertain of the weather?  Call the trip leader. Sunday, April … Continue reading

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A Good Turnout for the Field Trip to South Fork Nature Center, May 19, 2012

Article and photos by Sid Vogelpohl Standing by the Riddle Cabin at the South Fork Nature Center, Don Richardson and Don Culwell of the Gates Rogers Foundation’s Board, provided a history of the Center as well as future plans.  The Arkansas Native Plant Society field … Continue reading

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Ozark Spring Beauty Caught in the Act High above Cove Creek

Report on Cove Creek Field Trip, March 31, 2012, by Eric Sundell Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission botanist (and ANPS Past President) Brent Baker’s trip to ANHC’s Cove Creek Natural Area northwest of Greenbrier in Faulkner County—the first walkabout of the … Continue reading

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Fall Hikers Find Goldenrod and Asters but Trees and Shrubs Are the Stars at Pinnacle Mountain State Park

(Story by Brent Baker) Updated Nov 5| Blueberries and hawthorns were some of the native plants members found October 1 along Rocky Valley Trail at Pinnacle Mountain State Park during one of the fall hikes of the Arkansas Native Plant … Continue reading

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