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Upstream Matters | Nature’s Classroom Recreation Research & Resources Watershed Conservation About Us Nature's Classroom Monarch Butterfly & Significance of Swamp Milkweed by Terry Stanfill on Jul 26, 2016 ? No Comments Today, we hear from Terry Stanfill, a recent retiree of Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) after 35 years working as a chemist at Flint Creek Power... General Five Green Infrastructure Projects Completed for the Illinois River Watershed by Becky Roark on Jun 30, 2016 ? No Comments If you take a stroll along the Razorback Greenway trail system in Northwest Arkansas, keep your eyes open for some special demonstration projects that have... Recreation Let’s Build A Trail by Delia Haak on Feb 19, 2016 ? No Comments Help us build a 4 mile trail from the Razorback Greenway to the Watershed Sanctuary! On Sunday, April 17, a variety of outdoor activities are... Recreation / Watershed Journey 10 Adventure Destinations in the Illinois River Watershed by Lauren Ray on Aug 26, 2014 ? No Comments Looking for an adventure getaway close to home this Labor Day Weekend? In this post, we’ll highlight ten adventure destinations in the Illinois River Watershed that... Latest entries Uncategorized / Watershed Conservation The Bats Are Back in Town and It’s National Bat Appreciation Day April 17! by Delia Haak on Apr 13, 2016 ? No Comments Our thanks to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, the Walton Family Foundation, corporate sponsors and over 140 individuals that established the Illinois River Watershed Sanctuary in 2012. Hear from guest blogger Randy Zellers, Assistant Chief of Communications, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Join the Illinois River Watershed Partnership April 17 for a variety of outdoor... Nature's Classroom Nature’s Classroom – What’s in Bloom by Becky Roark on Apr 6, 2016 ? No Comments Now is a great time for a hike at the Watershed Sanctuary to observe all of the early spring bloomers showing off their displays of color and life. It is a welcome change after the shades of brown and gray that dominate the winter landscape. A leisurely stroll through the Sanctuary yields colors of pink,... General April 2 – Volunteer Day of Service by Delia Haak on Mar 30, 2016 ? No Comments What do volunteers mean to the IRWP? EVERYTHING! From 2010 to 2015, over 125,000 people have helped to improve the Illinois River Watershed participating in education, outreach, conservation and water quality monitoring projects. Using the national economic calculator for volunteer service, that’s over $3.3 million of voluntary contributions to help preserve, protect and restore our... Nature's Classroom Building Bridges to Conservation Careers by Kelly Escarcega on Mar 11, 2016 ? No Comments Hello all! My name is Kelly Escarcega and I am a new intern here at the Illinois River Watershed Partnership. I am a Siloam Springs native as well as a junior at John Brown University. I will graduate May of 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in History and Intercultural Studies. I have had the privilege... Watershed Conservation 9th Annual Riparian Project by Becky Roark on Mar 8, 2016 ? No Comments Over 329 volunteers have participated so far, with another 140 volunteers committed through March, to plant over 3,500 native trees and shrubs as part of the 9th Annual Riparian Project! Through the leadership of IRWP Board members Scott Carney and Robyn Reed, we have established TWO tree farms for Fall 2016 riparian projects – Flint... Nature's Classroom Get to Know IRWP Intern, Merscedez Ruiz! by Merscedez Ruiz on Feb 26, 2016 ? 1 Comment Hello! My name is Merscedez Ruiz. I was born in Chicago but moved to Springdale, Arkansas when I was only three years old, so many of my childhood memories were made here in the Illinois River Watershed. I am currently a senior at Springdale High School, so I only have a couple of months to... Watershed Conservation Celebrating 2015! by Becky Roark on Feb 12, 2016 ? 6 Comments In 2015, the Illinois River Watershed Partnership celebrated its 10th birthday. Formed from the mission to improve and protect the Illinois River Watershed, the Partnership continues to grow and accomplish many efforts that help our watershed to be more sustainable and resilient, thanks to our Board of Directors’ leadership, sponsors, volunteers and supporters like you. Together, in... Watershed Conservation Partners in Conservation & Making Connections: E.A.S.T. by Becky Roark on Nov 3, 2015 ? 2 Comments EAST stands for Environmental and Spatial Technology, and is a program found in most Arkansas schools – where it started its grassroots movement to integrate technology and community-based projects into school curriculum while helping solve a community need. Student groups identify community partners and needs and collaborate to achieve a goal, whether it be a map... General Congratulations to our 2015 Golden Paddle Award Winners! by Becky Roark on Oct 23, 2015 ? No Comments Each year, the Illinois River Watershed Partnership honors leaders in watershed stewardship and natural resource conservation in the Illinois River Watershed. Six Golden Paddle Awards are given annually to individuals or entities that exemplify excellent stewardship in the protection, preservation, and enhancement of the watershed. Groups and individuals are nominated for each of our six stakeholder... Clean Water Raingers / Nature's Classroom Clean Water Raingers: Let’s Talk About You and Your Doggie’s Poo by Jennifer Michaels on Oct 21, 2015 ? No Comments Hi there Clean Water Raingers. I hope you are spending some time outdoors in this beautiful weather. I just came back from a long walk with my dogs. Do you have a dog? Did you know that playing outside with your dog is a fun way for you to get some exercise and fresh air?... Nature's Classroom Nature’s Classroom: IRWP Watershed Sanctuary – Classroom, Refuge, Destination by Chas McCoy on Sep 21, 2015 ? No Comments The IRWP Watershed Sanctuary in Cave Springs is open and ready for visitors! With the completion of the new Pavilion, an even better experience awaits for educational and recreational activities on the property for visitors, school groups, team building experiences and educational workshops/events. Bats & Bluegrass Event at the Watershed Sanctuary, Cave Springs (Aug. 22,... General / Nature's Classroom Clean Water Raingers: Back To School – It’s A Special Time by Jennifer Michaels on Aug 24, 2015 ? No Comments Hi there Clean Water Raingers. It’s that time of year again, for backpacks and books, carpools and classrooms, friends and fun, learning and laughing. Time for School! Teachers spend a lot of time making their classrooms extra special and welcoming for their incoming students. Home schooling parents also provide a great learning environment for their... Older KEEP CURRENT — SUBSCRIBE! Sign up to receive our latest post. Email SubscriptionSubscribe Our Passion We all live, work and play in the Illinois River Watershed. Like you perhaps, our passion for the land and waters of Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma drives us to preserve and restore it for future generations -- our children and yours -- to enjoy. We hope you'll join us on this journey of discovery, appreciation and action. Learn what makes your watershed special and how each of us contributes to sustaining it. Our Team Our team leaders commit to protect and improve the quality of the watershed through personal actions. We respect and believe in the power of the individual and the personal impact each of us has on our surroundings. We invite you to become a part of this diverse group of people to make things happen! 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