Anyone may fish in Arkansas without a fishing license or trout stamp from noon Friday, June 9, through midnight Sunday night, June 11.
Caddo River closed June 3 for rescue training
The announcement comes ahead of a statewide training event that will take place on DeGray Lake and the Caddo River.
SAIL! Event draws nation’s best skippers to DeGray Lake
For 50 years the Catalina 22 nationals have been held at popular aquatic destinations throughout the U.S. The 2023 event was the first national regatta to be held at DeGray Lake.
Arkansas foresters seek public input on pine tree discoloration, mortality
The increase in pine tree discoloration and mortality is an issue that has been observed in Arkansas and neighboring states.
Hot Springs State Forest among new public hunting opportunities
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission formally adopted regulations Thursday that will add 4,706 acres of public hunting opportunity in The Natural State beginning with the 2023-24 hunting seasons.
Fruits, veggies and turfgrass focus of 2023 Horticulture Field Day in Hope
Research results on vegetable, fruit and turfgrass field trials will be presented June 28 during the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s 2023 Horticulture Field Day.
Swim lessons, water aerobics coming to Arkadelphia Aquatic Park this summer
The department will be offering swim lessons for children ages 3 to 13, and water aerobics classes for adults ages 17 and older.