Keep It Clean


Posted: July 12, 2012 at 5:32 a.m.

Rain that falls far away from Beaver Lake may end up in the reservoir after flowing down tributaries such as the War Eagle River, shown here July 3. Protecting Beaver Lake, which is the region’s drinking water source, is the goal of the Beaver Watershed Alliance.

Rain that falls in Witter, West Fork or Winslow winds up in Beaver Lake, though each town is a far cry south of the reservoir.

Jason Kindall, Beaver Watershed Alliance director, paddles up Brush Creek near Springdale on July 3. The creek is one of many Beaver Lake Tributaries.

People play in the War Eagle River, a major tributary of Beaver Lake, on July 3. Rain that falls as far south as Witter ends up in Beaver Lake by flow...

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Outdoor, Pages 6 on 07/12/2012

A good article that everyone in NWA should read. You can't take a good thing for granted or it just might not be good anymore.

Posted by: ajm

July 12, 2012 at 7:27 a.m. ( | suggest removal )