State of Arkansas

State of Arkansas
State of Arkansas is listed in the Government Services category in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Displayed below are the social networks for State of Arkansas which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of State of Arkansas on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

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775 Highway 201 N
Mountain Home, AR 72653
(870) 424-3322

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Buffalo River watershed management plan meeting set…

From Our Partners in Conservation Buffalo River watershed management plan meeting set MARSHALL – The Arkansas..

From Our Partners in Conservation Buffalo River watershed management plan meeting set MARSHALL – The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission, in cooperation with the Beautiful Buffalo River Action Committee, has scheduled its third public information meeting regarding the development of the voluntary watershed-based management plan for the Buffalo River Watershed. The meeting will be 1 p.m.-3:30 p.m., June 8 at the Searcy County Civic Center on Zack Road, a little more than a mile off U.S. Highway 65. Attendees should turn north on Zack Road off Highway 65, next to Harps Supermarket, and then drive a half mile and follow Zack Road as it turns west. Drive three-fourths of a mile, and the Civic Center is on the left. The meeting is free and everyone is welcome to attend. This is the third of four meetings to gather public input and explain the process that will be followed in the development of the non-regulatory watershed-based management plan for the Buffalo River and its tributaries. Summaries of the Dec. 8, 2016, meeting in Marshall and this year’s March 30 Jasper meeting are available at the site by accessing the link to the summaries. Purposes of the upcoming Marshall meeting include: 1. Summarize the results of the Jasper meeting; 2. Provide results from the additional analyses suggested by stakeholders at the Jasper meeting; 3. Present suggested management goals, costs and benefits of implementing the suggested, and additional, management practices in the highest ranked watersheds; 4. Provide information on agencies, organizations, and educational institutions that offer technical and financial assistance to stakeholders interested in voluntarily implementing management practices; and 5. Describe the next steps in the planning process. At the direction of Governor Asa Hutchinson, the BBRAC was organized to establish an Arkansas led approach to identify and address potential issues of concern in the Buffalo River watershed through the development of a non-regulatory watershed based management plan. The process should be completed by June of 2018. The result of the plan will provide a framework for landowners, communities, and organizations to voluntarily undertake water quality projects in the watershed and improve the ability to solicit and secure funding and assistance from various government and private sources. For more information, contact Terry Horton at 501-225 7779,

AGFC ALERT! Rex Hancock Black Swamp WMA - Gregory access road AKA Railroad Dump Rd. is open.

AGFC ALERT! Rex Hancock Black Swamp WMA - Gregory access road AKA Railroad Dump Rd. is open.

What do I need to register my boat?

@dalllas1988 or dog.

Stay safe on the water and save a few dollars LITTLE ROCK – Boat Ed, the vendor who provides the online version of Arkansas’s Boating Education Course, will be offering a special discount to anyone who completes the program from May 20-26 to help promote National Safe Boating Week. Participants just need to enter NTNLSFBTNGWK2017 in the discount code section when they pay their course fee at Alex Hinson, Boating Education Coordinator for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission said it’s important for program participants to know that everyone who takes the course still must pass an in-person exam at a testing site. Testing sites and times are available at “We still offer free instructor-led classes all over the state for people who want to complete their boater education course the traditional way,” Hinson said. “The online component just makes it a little more convenient for people who can’t make it to a class.” Anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1986, and of legal age to operate a motorboat or sailboat, must have successfully completed an approved AGFC Boating Education Course and carry proof while operating a motorboat or sailboat on Arkansas water. Click below for more information about Boating Education in Arkansas.

Commission approves hunting regulations changes. The 2017-18 hunting seasons are set and the season dates for all game including waterfowl season and 2018 turkey season. Opening days of the 2017-18 Arkansas deer season are: Archery – Sept. 23, 2017 Muzzleloader – Oct. 21, 2017 Modern Gun – Nov. 11, 2017 Private Land Modern Gun Antlerless Deer Hunt – Oct. 14-18, 2017 Special Modern Gun Youth Deer Hunt – Nov. 4-5, 2017 and Jan. 6-7, 2018 Christmas Holiday Modern Gun Deer Hunt – Dec. 26-28, 2017 The 2017-18 waterfowl season dates are: Duck, Coot and Merganser – Nov. 18-26, 2017 Dec. 7-23, 2017 Dec. 26, 2017-Jan. 28, 2018 Special Youth Waterfowl Hunt – Dec. 2, 2017 and Feb. 3, 2018 The 2018 wild turkey season dates are: Special Youth Turkey Hunt – April 7-8, 2018 Firearms and Archery Turkey Season – Zones 1, 2, 3, 4B, 5, 5B, 6, 7, 7A, 8, 9, 10 and 17 - April 9-24, 2018 Zones 1A, 4, 4A, 5A and 9A – April 9-17, 2018