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October, 2022

Wednesday
5
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Wednesday
5
Gaston Wildflower Meadow, Bull Shoals - White River State Park
9:00 AM
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The NCAMN Wildflower Meadow Team maintains the Gaston Wildflower Meadow at Bull Shoals-White River State Park from March through December. Team members will work for 2 hours on scheduled Wednesdays. Please make sure to verify start time by checking the workday email as time may vary depending on temperature. The workday email will also list plans for the day and any additional tools that you might need. Always wear gloves and sturdy garden shoes, dress comfortably and expect to get dirty. Volunteers will become familiar with native plants common in north central Arkansas and learn about their characteristics and requirements for growth. Please log your volunteer hours as follows: Activity - Volunteer - Natural Area Maintenance, Sponsor: State Park: Bull Shoals-White River State Park.
Thursday
6
Pinnacle Mountain State Park Meet at the West Summit Trail playground area
9:00 AM
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The new school is in full swing and schools are scheduling field trips to the park. When large schools come to the park, the 2 interpreters often need help managing the groups. That's when they call CAMN!

The most common practice is to divide a large group into smaller groups and rotate the groups through 3 or 4 activities. For example, if 75 3rd graders come, they would be divided into 3 groups of ~25, and each group would rotate through a mammal program, a reptile program, and an interpretive hike on the Kingfisher Trail. With only 2 park interpreters on staff, they need help!

Many of you are old hands at this, and some others of you have had a glimpse at what this looks like, but for those you who would LOVE to help, but don't feel confident, the Interpreters (Matthew and Sam) and I have created a Train the Interpreter event, where we will provide hands-on training to give you all the tools you need to feel confident to do a program on your own. You'll be introduced to the mammal program, the reptile program and the Kingfisher Hike.

If you plan to attend, PLEASE register so that we can plan accordingly.
Record time for the training event as CE, sponsor Pinnacle Mountain State Park.
Thursday
6
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Larry Price has coordinated a visit to the “Know Your Natives” Garden at Sid Vogelpohl’s property south east of Paris, AR (GPS Coordinates: 35.275276,-93.694530) at 10:00am this Thursday, October 6th. Sid is a long-time member with the Arkansas Native Plant Society (ANPS) and author of the “Know Your Natives” articles at the ANPS website:

https://anps.org/resources/know-your-natives-archive/know-your-native-articles/

Sid has written hundreds of detailed write-ups describing native plants of Arkansas, the majority of which are from his property. A truly beautiful location that also affords a very nice view of Mount Magazine to the south.

Please wear good walking/hiking shoes and bring water. A bag lunch may be a good call as well (just in case we overshoot 12:30 – there is a lot to see there).

Robert Fuhler has offered his vehicle for carpooling – 3 passengers can ride comfortably; 4 if need be: to coordinate, call or text Robert at 501.733.4019.

Contact Larry at dixielarry@gmail.com with any questions.
Saturday
8
Hindman Park
9:00 AM
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Instructor is Kerry Evans, CAMN Stream Team Coordinator
Saturday
8
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Reed will be hosting a Fourche Creek trash-boom cleanout
Bring your own water craft (canoe, kayak, jon boat).
Bring your own drinking water and snacks, if needed.

Record your hours as litter pick up and the sponsor is Stream Team!
Bring your own litter grabbers and Stream Team mesh bags if you have them..
Large 45 gallon trash bags will be provided.

For you landlubbers, there will be plenty of litter to pick up along the shoreline, up on
top of the bank in the riparian if you don‘t want to get on the water. We can shuttle you
across to the north side to work that, too. Lots of blackberries, greenbrier, etc. Wear thick,
protective clothing and tall boots. When ticks and mosquitoes are out, you‘ll want to have repellent along.
Saturday
8
Lamar Bathhouse, Classroom, 2nd floor
9:30 AM
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Join Victoria Reichard, Archeologist, Hot Springs National Park, for a morning classroom presentation on Archeology of Hot Springs National Park followed by an afternoon hike to Balance Rock and archeological sites in the HSNP.
Saturday
8
Delta Rivers nature Center
10:00 AM
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The Plant Swap is held in the classroom in front of the nature center on the 2nd Saturday of the month through October. Bring up to 5 cuttings, seeds, or bulbs to trade with other plant lovers. Please be sure to label anything you bring to swap. A brief educational program will be given at some of the swaps. All ages are welcome to attend and participate.

This event is not approved for volunteer or education hours, unless you are a volunteer at the event.
Tuesday
11
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Weather permitting, meet at the parking lot just west of the junction of Clinton And Nursery Pond Road (across Clinton Road from the Roger Maynard Practice Archery Range) at 10:00 a.m.

Larry Price will be leading a harvest of a variety of seeds for the CRSUA Native Prairie/Wildflower Project (AGFC).

Parking at Google Coordinates (copy and paste into Google Earth search box):
34.992289,-92.358940
Wednesday
12
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Thursday
13
Syllamo bike trails, White River Bluff Loop.
9:00 AM
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Scenic trail, we'll groom it for endurance races. Moderate challenge, maximum walking 2.4 miles, a couple of small 100’ elevations, group will divide and one group will face a short but steep ascent. We’ll shuttle volunteers 1.4 miles down the trail on Townsend Road, which parallels the trail for a mile. Report hours US Forest Service.

Directions. Trailhead 43 miles/1 hour from Mountain Home. From Sheid Bypass, drive 40 miles south on Highway 5 through Norfork and Calico Rock, turn right on Green Mountain Road (CR71) and drive 1¼ mile to the first trailhead on left. Toilet at trailhead but no running water. Directions. GPS N35 57' 45", W92 7' 8", or 35.96262 -92.11897. If you see Allison bridge and restaurants on Highway 5, turn around, you drove 1½ miles past Green Mountain Road.
Thursday
13
Zoom
Meeting ID 838 5809 7720
Passcode 618712
6:00 PM
Thursday
13
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Diana Soteropoulos, ANHC Botanist / ANHC Collections Manager / Arkansas Herbarium Digitization Coordinator

Description: Diana will present an overview of herbaria and the history of plant collection in Arkansas, examples of how specimen data is used by ANHC and the scientific community, the genesis of the Notes from Nature project and its goals, and provide a demonstration so you can help transcribe Arkansas herbarium specimens. OPTIONAL: After the presentation and demonstration, you can create a Notes from Nature account and try a few transcriptions with Diana available for questions.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://arkansas.zoom.us/j/81198213915

Or Telephone:
Dial:
USA 404 443 6396
USA 8773361828 (US Toll Free)
Conference code: 3899122

Approved for 1 hour CE, sponsor ANHC
Friday
14
Tyler Bend Visitor Center 170 Ranger Rd St Joe, AR 72675
9:30 AM
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Grab you clippers and your snippers for garden day at Tyler Bend and Buffalo Point! Volunteers will meet at Tyler Bend Visitors Center at 9:30 a.m. to spruce up the gardens. To carpool or caravan meet at Flippin Walmart to leave one hour before work begins. We will leave Tyler Bend by noon and those who wish can continue to Buffalo Point Ranger Station for a brief clean up there. What to bring: Work gloves, your favorite weeding tools, leaf rakes, tubs for weeds and debris. Native plant swap: If you have native plants that have spread, pot 'em up and bring them to trade along with seeds and root cuttings of native shrubs. Lunch: Bring a sack lunch and we'll picnic in the park. I'll bring the cookies!
Friday
14
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Saturday
15
Burns Park - Louis Gershner Pavilion 34°47'42.69"N 92°18'27.91"W.
9:00 AM
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Our own Trail Gurus, Bill Toland and Bert Turner, will teach this class. The morning will be classroom style instruction and the afternoon will be applying what you've learned. Even if you don't aspire to trail building as a volunteer activity, please attend the classroom portion if you are available - you learn a lot that comes in handy in other situations.
Saturday
15
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Details to follow
Saturday
15
Vilonia Senior Center Parking Lot
10:00 AM
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FAMN will be setting up a booth at the Vilonia Fall Fest on Saturday, October 15 at 8:30 at the parking lot of Vilonia Senior Center at 10 Bise Street off Highway 64B (search coordinates for Google Earth: 35.084054, -92.200819).

The booth will be set up for outreach with a kiddo activity as well; we may have the dissection scope there for folks to peek through to see nature in its miniature splendor.

The event will be from 10:00 - 2:00 - It would be excellent to have enough folks to run two 2-hour shifts. If you can volunteer, please register through the calendar; any questions, please contact Sunny by email or call 501-607-3604.
Saturday
15
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Saturday
15
Burns Park Louis Gershner Pavilion is reserved for us on Oct 15. It is at 3801 Arlene Laman Drive o
11:30 AM
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This month our meeting will be held on a Saturday at noon in person at a pavilion. Bill Toland and Bert Turner will be talking about the challenge of trail maintenance and will expand the program to include the work and scope of Arkansas Trails Council.

This lunch time meeting will be part of the NiT training class on trails, so you'll get to meet many of the 2022 NiTs. After the meeting the NiTs will be putting their new knowledge to work on trails at the park and you are welcome to stay and join them. CE and Volunteer hours - what a deal!

Meeting approved for 2 hours CE, sponsor CAMN. If you stay to work, the activity is trail maintenance, sponsor NLR parks.

We will be meeting outside and you are encouraged to bring a lunch to enjoy during the meeting. Masks will not be required. There will be no Zoom component or recording.
Saturday
15
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Where? Robert Fuhler’s House – 29 Ridgeview Drive, Conway (correctly located on Google Earth).

What to bring? Yourself, guests, a shareable snack (not required to attend – I will have some of my daughter’s home-made cookies, banana bread, and a vegetable tray on hand), any drink you may be partial to other than water (which I will also have on-hand).

Larry Price has been leading forays out to the Camp Robinson Special Use Area (CRSUA) since late spring to acquire seeds for a 1.7 acre Wildflower/Prairie restoration at the northwest corner of the intersection of Nursery Pond and Clinton Roads. Although the seed collection will go into the latter part of the Fall, there are approximately two dozen species already collected that require processing. Most species require container shaking and screening (which is noisy and oddly therapeutic) and others (such as Monarda fistulosa – Bee Balm or Wild Bergamot) are a bit more finicky and our skills as amateur barbers will need
to be employed for shearing prior to collecting the tiny seeds. Of course, Larry will be on hand to show everyone the details on these processing techniques.

Activities will be both indoors and out; rain should not present a problem.

Anyway, please mark your calendars and make plans to attend! Looking forward to seeing you all!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email or at 501.733.4019
Saturday
15
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Theo Witsell, Ecologist / Chief of Research / Curator (ANHC Herbarium)

“County Floras in the Digital Age: Using Digital Specimen and Observation Records to Promote Biodiversity Conservation”

Description: This talk will summarize the compilation of county-level floristic inventories for Benton and Washington counties, two rapidly developing counties in northwestern Arkansas, as part of the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission’s County Natural Heritage Inventory (CNHI) process. This work made use of both traditional herbarium specimens and photographic observations on iNaturalist. The presentation will focus on the contributions from digital datasets in general and acknowledge the contributions made by volunteers who participated in specimen digitization and biodiversity documentation via iNaturalist. It will also provide some thoughts on how these digital datasets might be improved to help facilitate this work.

Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Approved for 1 hour CE, sponsor ANHC
Sunday
16
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Monday
17
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Tuesday
18
Fayetteville Public Library - Ziegler Reception Room
8:15 AM
Tuesday
18
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Wednesday
19
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Wednesday
19
Gaston Wildflower Meadow, Bull Shoals - White River State Park
9:00 AM
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The NCAMN Wildflower Meadow Team maintains the Gaston Wildflower Meadow at Bull Shoals-White River State Park from March through December. Team members will work for 2 hours on scheduled Wednesdays. Please make sure to verify start time by checking the workday email as time may vary depending on temperature. The workday email will also list plans for the day and any additional tools that you might need. Always wear gloves and sturdy garden shoes, dress comfortably and expect to get dirty. Volunteers will become familiar with native plants common in north central Arkansas and learn about their characteristics and requirements for growth. Please log your volunteer hours as follows: Activity - Volunteer - Natural Area Maintenance, Sponsor: State Park: Bull Shoals-White River State Park.
Wednesday
19
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Thursday
20
2301 S University Ave 2301 South University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72204
7:30 AM
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Join regional experts and the Arkansas Monarch Conservation Partnership to learn more about pollinators and small- and large-scale habitats.

About this event
Hear from local and regional experts about the ongoing conservation efforts for monarch butterflies and pollinators in The Natural State. Speakers will cover a variety of topics relevant to landowners interested in small-scale habitats (like gardens) and large-scale plantings.

See Facebook event for full agenda.

Boxed lunches will be provided. Capacity is LIMITED, so we ask kindly that you only register for this free event if you actually plan on attending in person.

If you've already registered and find that you are unable to attend, please make sure you cancel your registration for this event so your ticket can be free for someone else to attend.
Thursday
20
9:00 AM
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Stream team analysis of either the Middle Fork of the Saline River or the Caddo River. Site to be determined at a later date.
Thursday
20
Fred Berry Education Conservation Center at Crooked Creek
9:00 AM
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The workday will begin at 9 and go until 11. The weather may be chilly so dress accordingly. Bring water and snacks. In the event of bad weather volunteers will be notified of cancellation by 8:00 a.m. on the day of the event. Volunteers record their hours as: Natural Area Maintenance NCAMN and the sponsor is AGFC Fred Berry-NCAMN
Thursday
20
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Friday
21
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Arkansas‘ First Dark Sky Festival—more information forthcoming
Friday
21
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Saturday
22
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Arkansas‘ First Dark Sky Festival—more information forthcoming
Saturday
22
Sunset Lake in Benton
11:00 AM
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CAMNation,
The city of Benton will be hosting its first annual Outdoors in October event at Sunset Lake in Benton from 10 am until 2 pm, on Saturday, October 22. The event is focused on introducing kids to all the wonderful things they can do outside. Many local agencies will be there to offer the kids chances to try their hands at archery, shooting, kayaking, and other fun activities. CAMN has been invited to have a booth and our focus will be introducing kids to birding. Our booth will have information about feeding birds and a bird-feeder craft. We will also have a birding activity for the kids to help get them their 1st "I saw it" experience.

We could use a number of volunteers to help out.
First we will need help getting the CAMN tent to the lake and set up that morning. I believe we can arrive as early as 8 am to set up. The tent is stored at SJCA. We'll need help taking the tent down as well.

Then, of course, we will need staff to man the booth. Joellen Beard and I will have all of the crafts, activities, and supplies available, but we could sure use some additional folks to help us get the kids get started on their 1st birding adventure! Since this is the 1st event they've done, we have no idea how many people to expect, but we want to be prepared for many.

If you'd like to help, please register for this event on the CAMN event calendar. If you can only stay for part of the time, that's fine - just let us know. We recommend that you bring a lightweight lawn chair (in case we're not busy!) and water and a snack.

Record time as "Outreach", sponsor CAMN.
Saturday
22
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Saturday
22
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Saturday, October 22, 6pm - Ecesis: the nature of Nature

In this webinar, Justin Thomas explores the maxim “Nature does not exist”. That statement often startles nature lovers, but it is necessary in understanding that humans and nature are not separate things. In order to interact with nature in sustainable ways, we, even nature lovers, have to expand our understanding of this relationship. This presentation addresses ways we can directly measure and better communicate this relationship through our regional flora and share that understanding with others.

ANPS will only be sending the Zoom links for these webinars to those who request them, so if you would like to sign up to be added to the ANSP Webinar Email List you will need to send an email to ANPS.Programs@gmail.com and request that you be added to the list.

Approved for 1 hour CE, sponsor ANPS
Sunday
23
State Fair Grounds
Park in the lot on South Shiller, off Roosevelt, the 1st entrance on the rig
11:00 AM
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CAMN will cohost a booth at the Arkansas State Fair October 14 through October 23, from 11am til 10 pm daily. We are sharing the booth with Keep Little Rock Beautiful and Friends of Fourche Creek. Obviously, we need a lot of volunteers to help man the booth. If you can donate some time, please use this sign up sheet to register for the times that you can be there.
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Tuesday
25
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Weather permitting, meet at the parking lot just west of the junction of Clinton And Nursery Pond Road (across Clinton Road from the Roger Maynard Practice Archery Range) at 10:00 a.m.

Larry Price will be leading a harvest of a variety of seeds for the CRSUA Native Prairie/Wildflower Project (AGFC).

Parking at Google Coordinates (copy and paste into Google Earth search box):
34.992289,-92.358940
Wednesday
26
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Thursday
27
Lakeview
9:00 AM
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Clear short easy trail, Bull Shoals White River S.P. just west of village of Lakeview across from the dam. Bring work gloves, loppers or favorite tool or use ours. Modern restrooms located nearby at other end of parking lot.
Record your hours code 211 Trail Cleanup/maintenance, sponsor = Bull Shoals White River State Park.

Directions. Lakeside Trail is located at the city limits of Lakeview, you can see Bull Shoals Dam to the west. Driving west on Highway 178, turn right into the park area just as you leave the village of Lakeview.
Saturday
29
Transportation Depot
9:00 AM
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Classroom presentation on Bats coordinated with the Fall Festival event at the Farmers Market.
Saturday
29
Little Rock Audubon Center
9:00 AM
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David Barfknect, a botanist with ANHC, Tree ID class and hike
Saturday
29
Woolsey Wet Prairie
9:00 AM
Saturday
29
Clinton (Van Buren) Public Library
10:00 AM
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FAMN Chapter Meeting, Clinton (Van Buren) Public Library.

Program by Dustin Lynch from ANHC, lunch provided by FAMN, and after lunch, a snorkeling excursion (or alternative activity if the water is too cold).

The Clinton Public Library is correctly located on Google Earth.
Saturday
29
Saturday location TBD, either Blanchard Springs Campground, or a site on nearby Syllamo Bike Trail.
10:30 AM
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Volunteer for aid/refreshment station, lunch & shirt provided. Our Trail Patrol cleared part Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail at Blanchard Springs. NCAMN will staff refreshments/aid station Saturday & Sunday. NCAMN will receive a donation from race proceeds, NCAMN Board of Directors approved our participation & support for this three days of endurance racing on Syllamo Trail. NCAMN volunteers needed 2 of 3 days of Syllamo Trail foot/bike races. Report your hours Outreach/Public Relations.

Friday-Sunday October 29-31. 5K run Friday, half marathon foot race Saturday, mountain bike race Sunday. View website www.SyllamoEvents.com

Saturday 10 AM, half marathon trail footrace. NCAMN volunteers needed 10:30 to 1:30 Saturday. Sunday 8 AM, marathon bike race. NCAMN volunteers needed 10:30 to 1:30 Sunday. Questions: RoyStovall.
Saturday
29
AGFC Governor Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center
12:00 PM
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The Pine Bluff Nature Center annual fall Wetlands & Wildlife Festival is a fall festival where there are wildlife themed games, vendor booths, etc. Volunteers are needed for set up/tear down & cleanup as well as operating the games & other posts during the event.

Call Trenton Powell @ 8705340011 to get signed up for either event. Must be an approved AGFC volunteer.

Record time as interpreter, guide. Sponsor AGFC.
Sunday
30
Syllamo Mtn Bike Trail, Bad Branch Trailhead. Note this is the 3rd trailhead on Green Mtn Road.
8:30 AM
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Volunteers needed for refreshment/aid station, marathon mountain bike race on Syllamo Mtn Bike Trail. Lunch & shirt provided. Our Trail Patrol cleared part of the trail. NCAMN volunteers will staff a refreshments/aid station on Saturday and Sunday, NCAMN will receive donation from race proceeds, NCAMN Board of Directors approved our participation & support for this three days of endurance racing on the Syllamo Trail. Questions RoyStovall, report your hours Outreach/Public Relations.

Mountain bike marathon Sunday 8am (volunteer set up 8:30). View website www.SyllamoEvents.com Sunday NCAMN volunteers needed 8:30 to 1:30. Restroom at station.

Directions to Bad Branch trailhead. GPS N35 59’19”, W92 10’12”, or 35.98849, -92.16993. Trailhead 44 miles/70 minutes from Mountain Home. From Sheid Bypass, drive 40 miles south on Highway 5 through Norfork and Calico Rock, turn right on Green Mountain Road (CR71) and drive 5.5 miles to third trailhead on left. If you see Allison bridge and restaurants, turn around, you drove 1½ miles past Green Mountain Road. Note: three trailheads on Green Mtn Road: White River Bluff (1.2 miles), Scrappy Mtn (3.7 mi.), Bad Branch (5.5 mi.).