New Salamander Species Discovered in Arkansas | freshare.netFish Exposed to Antidepressants Exhibit Altered Behavior | freshare.netFind Warmer Water for Better Springtime Fishing | freshare.netFeral Hog Trapping Continue Through Turkey Season On WMAs | freshare.netBig Bass Bonanza Slated for June 27-29 on Arkansas River | freshare.netLife Jacket Stand Available at Verizon Boat Ramp | freshare.netYouth Conservation Corps Positions Now Available | freshare.netFamily Fun Day Celebrates Return of Native Habitat to Queeny Park | freshare.netMaster Gardener Plant Sale April 26 at Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center | freshare.netOrganic Gardening Academy Offered at Botanical Center | freshare.netSalamanders Help Predict Health of Ecosystems on U.S. Golf Courses | freshare.netConserving Water in the Landscape | freshare.netNew Zip Line Adventures in Hot Springs | freshare.netSoil Tests a Worthwhile Investment for Your Lawn and Garden | freshare.netMaster Gardeners of Greene County Hotline Re-Opens | freshare.netEnvironmental Law Enforcement Training Slated in Pryor | freshare.netWhite-Tailed Deer Management Workshop Scheduled for May 1 | freshare.netTagged Catfish Are Being Stocked Around the State | freshare.netQuail Habitat Seminar Planned at Mountain Home | freshare.netConservation License Plates Continue to Grow in Popularity | freshare.netStone County Couple Receives Tree Farm Recognition | freshare.netCelebrating Wilderness | freshare.netMonarch Butterflies Could Use Your Help | freshare.netTwo Rehabilitated Eagles Take Wing on Little Red River | freshare.netCrappie Jig Colors Are a Never-Ending Debate | freshare.netVolunteers Needed to Bash Trash at Cape LaCroix Creek | freshare.netShare Ideas About Management of River ‘Round Conservation Area | freshare.netShare Ideas About Management of Glassberg Conservation Area | freshare.netNatural History Dying of Neglect | freshare.netBat Outside Blanchard Springs Caverns Tests Positive for White-Nose Syndrome | freshare.netSoutheast Missouri Couple Passes Hummingbird Torch | freshare.netKids’ Books Featuring Animals with Human Traits Lead to Less Learning of the Natural World | freshare.netBeer Marinade Could Reduce Levels of Potentially Harmful Substances in Grilled Meats | freshare.netGardening Classes in Cassville Offered by MU Extension | freshare.netCelebrate MO Trees During Arbor Days in April | freshare.netBotanic Garden at OSU Perfect Place for Yoga and Relaxation | freshare.netVisit One of Arkansas’s Nature Centers and You Might Win a Boat | freshare.netMinor Change Planned for Lake Conway Water Level | freshare.netMaster Gardeners of the Ozarks Present “Brown Bag Lunch” Garden Series Schedule for 2014 | freshare.netDam Restoration on Spring River Underway | freshare.netStrengthening Learning in Children: Get Outside and Play | freshare.netDogwoods, Redbuds Could Bloom Early This Year | freshare.netNo Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Arkansas Deer | freshare.netThinking About a Timber Sale? “Call Before You Cut!” | freshare.netStudy on Lunar Crater Counting Shows Crowdsourcing an Effective, Accurate Tool | freshare.netCheck Water Temperature for Spring Fishing Success | freshare.netWomen’s Outdoor-Skills Weekend | freshare.netHypothermic Woman Brought out of the Ponca Wilderness | freshare.netFire Activity Keeps Federal, State, and Local Agencies Busy | freshare.netExcessive Deer Populations Hurt Native Plant Biodiversity | freshare.netShare Your Fishing Skills by Volunteering with MDC to Teach Others | freshare.net2011 Oklahoma Induced Earthquake May Have Triggered Larger Quake | freshare.netElevated Research | freshare.netMDC Testing Results Show No New Cases of Chronic Wasting Disease | freshare.netEnergy Harvest | freshare.netArt Contest Promotes Endangered Species Day | freshare.netNRCS and Forest Service Partner to Restore Forest Health | freshare.netManufacturing a Solution to Planet-Clogging Plastics | freshare.netNew Technique Allows Frequent Water Quality Monitoring For Suite of Pollutants | freshare.netCelebrate 25 Years of Missouri Stream Teams Keeping Our Waters Clean | freshare.netWinter Fish Kills Are No Cause for Alarm | freshare.netAGFC Youth Conservation Institute Begins This Summer | freshare.netGo Back to 1979 for Colder Winter Weather | freshare.netMDC Encourages People to Help Prevent Wildfires | freshare.netCape Nature Center to Host Survival Skills Program for Teens |$5,000 Reward for Information on Bald Eagle Killing | freshare.netStill Dry 4 Feet Down | freshare.netMore Than 10,000 Anglers Expected at March 1 Trout-Park Opener | freshare.netAGFC Begins Potential Land Purchase Process | freshare.netGreat Things Ahead for Paddlefish Snaggers | freshare.netFresh Line Increases Odds for Bragging Type Catches | freshare.netRenew Hunting, Fishing Permits for Your Passport to Outdoor Adventures | freshare.netTalkin’ Trash with the National Park Service | freshare.netBuffalo National River Launches Community Partners Program | freshare.netBird in the City | freshare.netPond-Dwelling Powerhouse May Have Biofuel Potential | freshare.netOklahoma Back Bear Population Monitored | freshare.netNuisance the Most Likely Outcome When Feeding Wild Animals | freshare.netIt’s Walleye Time in Several Arkansas Lakes, Rivers | freshare.netHot Springs Fishing Challenge Prize Money Increased |$5,000 Reward for Information on Bald Eagle Shooting | freshare.netFederal, State Officers Crack Down on Deer Importing | freshare.netGround-Penetrating Radar, Water-Monitoring Stations Set Up by Big Creek Research Team | freshare.netUrban Bees Using Plastic to Build Hives | freshare.netMDC Urges Pet Owners to be Watchful of Coyotes This Time of Year | freshare.netPlastic Shopping Bags Make a Fine Diesel Fuel | freshare.netCitizen-Science Project from Your Own Backyard | freshare.netIdentifying Bats By Sound | freshare.netShare the Harvest Provides Over 227,350 Pounds of Venison in Missouri | freshare.netThis Winter Could Set Records in Missouri | freshare.netCold Weather Provides Bird Watching Opportunities | freshare.netSaturated Ground, Ice Weight Still Mean Danger of Falling Trees, Branches | freshare.netNew Scientific Field Looks at the Big Picture | freshare.netCommon Crop Pesticides Kill Honeybee Larvae in the Hive | freshare.netResearchers Trace Bat Killer’s Path | freshare.netEnvironmental Risk Factor for Alzheimer’s: DDT Exposure | freshare.netSingle Gene Separates Queen from Workers | freshare.netConcealing Swine | freshare.netWhite-Nose Syndrome Confirmed in Marion County Bats | freshare.netPathogenic Plant Virus Jumps to Honeybees |

Exploring the Ozarks Outdoors:

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Fall Foliage: When Should We Expect To See Autumn’s Bright Colors Autumn has arrived in Arkansas and with it crisper air and cooler temperatures. It’s a very busy time as well with travelers visiting the Natural State to view the vibrant fall colors. But this year’s harsh summer drought and severe temperatures have some wondering if we’ll see a great display… Kat Robinson 09/25/12
Who Will Find the 30,000th Diamond at Crater of Diamonds State Park?? Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro is set to celebrate two big milestones this year.  March 15th marks 40 years since the site’s creation as an Arkansas state park… and sometime soon, the 30,000th diamond found since the park’s opening will be unearthed. The latest count of diamonds found… Kat Robinson 01/27/12
Winter Is A Great Time to Enjoy Agritourism Opportunities in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas farms aren’t just warm-weather operations, or destinations, for that matter. During the winter months, many of these facilities remain open for agritourism opportunities, a growing trend in agriculture nationwide. Haven’t heard of agritourism? As Stacey McCullough with Community and Public Development at the University of Arkansas… Kat Robinson 12/19/08
What a Difference a Year Makes in Arkanas Wine Country ALTUS, Ark. - It’s nearly harvest time in Arkansas’ grape country and this year, there will be a substantial amount of grapes and muscadines to bring in from the field. In 2007, Joseph Post with Post Winery in Altus, said around 90 percent of the grape crop and 40 percent… Kat Robinson 08/25/08
Keeping Your Four-Legged Friends Cool During Summer Summers in Arkansas are hot, humid, and long. We go to extra efforts to keep ourselves cool, but what should we be doing for our furry friends? Steve Jones, an extension associate professor/equine specialist with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, says there are three things you must provide… Kat Robinson 07/11/08
Don’t Forget The Things That Make Your Gifts Work! We’ve all experienced it - that thrill of opening a gift on Christmas morning, only to discover that an essential part of the gift is missing - batteries. Batteries are often the most omitted part of a gift and usually the most important part. It’s important when you buy a… Kat Robinson 12/13/07
Make Trick or Treating a Neighborhood Activity How can you keep your kids from overindulging on treats, or from turning to devilish behavior? Some neighborhoods are taking an active stance, by providing organized activities and a plan for trick or treating in their neck of the woods. This is what’s happening in one Little Rock neighborhood. “Over… Kat Robinson 10/11/07
Alternative Ideas for Your Halloween Handouts - by Kat Robinson LITTLE ROCK, AR - Generations of American kids have grown up with the same sort of treats on Halloween … sugary sweets, chocolate, and gum parceled out in handfuls from a neighbor’s open door. While kids enjoy this chance to gather tons of high-calorie loot, parents and dentists both have… Kat Robinson 10/11/07
Alternative Ideas for Your Halloween Handouts - by Kat Robinson LITTLE ROCK, AR - Generations of American kids have grown up with the same sort of treats on Halloween … sugary sweets, chocolate, and gum parceled out in handfuls from a neighbor’s open door. While kids enjoy this chance to gather tons of high-calorie loot, parents and dentists both have… Kat Robinson 10/11/07