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Fourche Creek Watershed Initiative

The Fourche Creek Watershed is arguably the most important urban watershed in the state of Arkansas. The watershed drains and filters runoff from Little Rock, Arkansas’ capital.

Despite decades of abuse, Fourche Creek continues to support a highly diverse population of flora and fauna and an 1,800 acre core bottomland region that still maintains its wetland functions and character.

This website is maintained by Audubon Arkansas and documents the outreach, education, and restoration efforts of the Arkansans who love and care for this creek.

For additional information about Audubon Arkansas, including points of contact, please visit

Common Ground Arkansas showcases many projects developed by local schools and EAST labs in partnership with Audubon Arkansas.

Audubon Arkansas is seeking volunteers for tree planting and storm drain marking projects this winter. For more information contact Johnnie at 501-244-2229.

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