September, 2012

ties would choke the Current River in the early days of Ozarks timber harvesting

Tie-ing the Past to the Future

At a recent reenactment of a tie drive on the Current River, volunteers were reminded of the rugged individuals who routinely rode the rafts each Spring and of our conservation roots.

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Gaskins family watering a shortleaf pine

Woods and Water Management

It may be hard to think of woodlands as a big garden but the same gardening principles apply. In these times of drought, managing your woodlands and forests may mean more water for your remaining trees.

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