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December, 2019

Wednesday
4
Ozark Folk Center State Park
9:00 AM
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NCAMN volunteers help cultivate the Ozark Folk Center State Park Heritage Herb Garden by transplanting, pruning, weeding, composting, watering and other tasks. They work under direct supervision of OFC master herbalist, Tina Marie Wilcox, in the Craft Village gardens spring, summer and fall and in the greenhouse in the winter and during inclement weather.

Volunteers work from 9 a.m. to noon on the first and third Wednesdays and first Fridays of each month throughout the year. Wear gloves and sturdy garden shoes, dress comfortably, and expect to get dirty. Tools needed include pruners, loppers, snips, weeders, trowels and others as indicated. Volunteers who live in Baxter, Marion, Boone and other counties may carpool from Mountain Home by meeting an hour before the work shift at the Baxter County Library at Highway 201 and 62 Bypass.

As volunteers work they learn about traditional uses of plants that they often see in the woods and along the streams where they pursue other activities. Occasionally, advanced training hours may be counted in addition to volunteer hours during a work morning.

Volunteers record their work hours as follows:

Activity—Garden Maintenance;
Sponsor—State Park: Ozark Folk Center
Friday
6
Ozark Folk Center State Park
9:00 AM
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NCAMN volunteers help cultivate the Ozark Folk Center State Park Heritage Herb Garden by transplanting, pruning, weeding, composting, watering and other tasks. They work under direct supervision of OFC master herbalist, Tina Marie Wilcox, in the Craft Village gardens spring, summer and fall and in the greenhouse in the winter and during inclement weather.

Volunteers work from 9 a.m. to noon on the first and third Wednesdays and first Fridays of each month throughout the year. Wear gloves and sturdy garden shoes, dress comfortably, and expect to get dirty. Tools needed include pruners, loppers, snips, weeders, trowels and others as indicated. Volunteers who live in Baxter, Marion, Boone and other counties may carpool from Mountain Home by meeting an hour before the work shift at the Baxter County Library at Highway 201 and 62 Bypass.

As volunteers work they learn about traditional uses of plants that they often see in the woods and along the streams where they pursue other activities. Occasionally, advanced training hours may be counted in addition to volunteer hours during a work morning.

Volunteers record their work hours as follows:

Activity—Garden Maintenance;
Sponsor—State Park: Ozark Folk Center
Friday
6
Norfork Adventure Supply
6:30 PM
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Pls register, but also RSVP with Norfork Adventure Supply (Facebook event or 870/726-4845) so they can plan seating & refreshments. Learn about a groundbreaking project now beginning to complete construction of Davids Trail/Ozark Highlands Trail, continuously from Norfork Dam to the Missouri border, along the lake shore. Col. James Hodges will describe the new project ... perhaps you may help. Cody Oden of Dome Life will speak about cleanup and beautification projects in Arkansas‘ outdoors.

These lectures qualify as Continuing Education, sponsor NCAMN. Location is on main drag in Norfork, next door to Norfork Brewing Company, which will be open for business, with live music, and a food truck.
Tuesday
10
Don Reynolds Library
10:00 AM
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10a – 12p – NCAMN board meeting at Don Reynolds Library
Thursday
12
Brush Creek Trailhead, Directions: From Mountain Home, drive SE towards Norfork approx. 15 minutes
9:00 AM
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Thursday December 12 9am-noon, Trail Patrol plans to clear 4.1 miles of the Ozark Highlands Trail, Brush Creek to Twin Creek trailheads milepoints 18-22, the high ridge country. Rendezvous at Brush Creek trailhead parking turnout (OHT Mile 18), and then shuttle up County Road 76/Brush Creek Road to park at OHT mile 20. Divide into two groups. Moderate challenge, distance 1.6 or 2.5 miles. • South team. Return southward to Brush Creek trailhead, distance 1.6 miles, mostly downhill followed by 240’ elevation final ½ mile ascent to trailhead. • North team. 2.5 miles mostly downhill, shuttle back to Brush Creek. Directions. From Mountain Home, drive SE towards Norfork approx. 15 minutes on either Highway 5 or 201. Before Norfork, turn right/south on Highway 341 (Push Mountain Road) across the White River. Follow Push Mountain Road 14½ miles beyond the bridge, pass by Merrill Ridge Road on your left ¼ mile, look for trailhead parking clearing behind the trees on left, just before County Road 76/Brush Creek Road (right). Bring work gloves, loppers, clippers, or use our power tools. You can obtain a USFS map for Sylamore Section OHT. Record your hours Trail Maintenance, sponsor U.S. Forest Service. For information, call Gordon King 708/704-4115. No restrooms at trailheads.
Saturday
14
Mountain Home Elks Club
4:00 PM
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Please join us at our annual Christmas Party and presentation of pins and awards. We’ll meet at the same venue as last December, with PLENTY of appetizers this year! (not a meal, notice early hours)
Tuesday
17
Calico Creek, Calico Rock, AR
1:00 PM
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Calico Rock is a charming historic town that overlooks the White River in Izard County. Calico Creek meanders along Hwy 5 and though the Calico Rock City Park before joins Fairground Creek and empties into the White River.

Directions from Mountain Home: From the Sheid Hopper bypass drive south on Hwy 5 approximately 24 miles. Just before reaching Calico Rock turn left (east) into the Calico City park where the creek can easily be seen from the highway.
Team Members who live in Baxter, Marion, Boone and other counties may carpool from Mountain Home by meeting 45 minutes early at the Reynolds Library at Highway 201 and 62 Bypass.
Contact: Stream Team Leader Daniel Foster call 870-402-0022. See you at the creek!

Please log your time as:
Activity: Stream Team - AGFC
Sponsor: AGFC

Wednesday
18
Ozark Folk Center State Park
9:00 AM
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NCAMN volunteers help cultivate the Ozark Folk Center State Park Heritage Herb Garden by transplanting, pruning, weeding, composting, watering and other tasks. They work under direct supervision of OFC master herbalist, Tina Marie Wilcox, in the Craft Village gardens spring, summer and fall and in the greenhouse in the winter and during inclement weather.

Volunteers work from 9 a.m. to noon on the first and third Wednesdays and first Fridays of each month throughout the year. Wear gloves and sturdy garden shoes, dress comfortably, and expect to get dirty. Tools needed include pruners, loppers, snips, weeders, trowels and others as indicated. Volunteers who live in Baxter, Marion, Boone and other counties may carpool from Mountain Home by meeting an hour before the work shift at the Baxter County Library at Highway 201 and 62 Bypass.

As volunteers work they learn about traditional uses of plants that they often see in the woods and along the streams where they pursue other activities. Occasionally, advanced training hours may be counted in addition to volunteer hours during a work morning.

Volunteers record their work hours as follows:

Activity—Garden Maintenance;
Sponsor—State Park: Ozark Folk Center
Thursday
19
location TBA. Will rendezvous at either Panther Bay or
Robinson Point.
9:00 AM
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Backpack blowers only, we‘ll blow leaves off Davids Trail to prepare for the DT Endurance Run in January. We‘ll blow the section between Panther Bay & Robinson Point. Rendezvous details to follow soon...