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Written by Ken Leonard   
The Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalists scooped the awards at the Beaver Lake - Lake Smart / Stream Smart Project. The NWAMN chapter took the Organization of the Year Award, The Volunteer of the Year Award and the Stream Smart Team of the Year Award. The NWAMN are monitoring over 50% of the stream monitoring sites and the NWAMN have identified new sites and recruited new teams to sample the sites.
The Beaver Lake - Lake Smart / Stream Smart Project run by Ozarks Water Watch and the Beaver Lake Water District is monitoring the Beaver Lake watershed.  The project is building a data base that will be used to identify potential pollution issues and water quality changes in the watershed. Beaver Lake and its watershed is very important resource in Northwest Arkansas and its protection is extremely important. Beaver Lake supplies almost all of the water for the approximately 500,000 folks that live in NWA and Oklahoma.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 October 2014 19:29
 
Author of this article: Ken Leonard

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