Storytellers in the Park: Tales from the Buffalo

The 40th anniversary celebration of the Buffalo National River continues with another offering from the Buffalo National River Partners “Storytellers in the Park: Tales from the Buffalo” series at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19 at Steel Creek. Gary Weibye, a Newton County

Musical Connections at the Buffalo National River

  In the continuing, year-long celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River, the country’s first national river, the Buffalo National River Partners will present the program “Musical Connections from Scotland to the Ozarks” at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, May 5

The Buffalo River Trail: How It Began and Where It’s Going

  Another event associated with the year-long celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River is coming up on April 24 with a presentation by Ken Smith on “The Buffalo River Trail: How it Began and Progress on

Happy 40th Anniversary to the Buffalo National River

About 50 people, a standing room only crowd for the small conference room at the Boone County Library in downtown Harrison, attended Tuesday a presentation by Retired Staff Historian Suzie Liles on the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River.

Buffalo National River Program Tonight in Harrison

Visit My Arkansas every Wednesday for information on outdoors and sports.     If you love the Buffalo River, you’ll enjoy the presentation Suzie Rogers Liles is giving from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today (Tuesday, Feb. 28) at the

Buffalo River Chamber of Commerce Forms, Launches New Website

Jill M.   One of The Natural State’s most prized treasures is the Buffalo National River, the country’s first national river, established in 1972. Here you will find gorgeous limestone bluffs, miles of hiking trails, an elk herd, scenery

Back to Nature: Elk Conservacation in Boxley Valley

My Tuesday blogs are dedicated to experiencing the great outdoors. I feature anything from park events to Natural State destinations worth seeing. Join me each week to get back to nature. Jill M. Rohrbach     I’m not really