In 1937, the Arkansas General Assembly enacted the nation's first conservation district law. Since that time, the state has grown to create entities like the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission to help protect its various natural resources. On this site, visitors can look through seven different sections, including Water Development, Conservation, and Arkansas Water Plan. Within each of these sections, visitors can look through a range of working papers, conservation documents, and online GIS data sets based on state-wide natural resource surveys. Moving on, the News & Publications features video blog posts, updates about conservation programs, and more. The Rules area is another helpful section of the site, providing a wide range of current rules created by the Commission to govern Arkansas wetlands, tax credits, groundwater management, and poultry management.


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