Arkansas Environment & Nature Resources
We work with agriculture and timber producers; private landowners; homeowners; local, state, and federal governments; community and non-profit organizations; 4-H youth; and individuals on:
- Soil testing
- Water quality
- Natural disaster recovery
- Energy & firewood
- Education for Professionals
No one can take for granted the quality and quantity of our water, clean air and fertile
soil. Through programs such as Arkansas Discovery Farms, we work side-by-side with our ranchers, farmers and landowners to ensure all of
our natural resources are preserved for future generations.
Feral hogs create a number of problems, including agriculture crop loss, pasture damage, wildlife habitat loss, water pollution, and disease transmission. This video covers best practices to ensure your traps are successful.
Training and Education
- Continuing education for registered foresters
Meeting the professional needs of our state's foresters.
- Training for wildlife professionals
Furthering the knowledge of those who deal with wildlife.
- Certified Arborist workshops for urban foresters
Providing continuing education opportunities for certified Arborists.
- Community forestry
Learning how trees are assets in urban and rural areas.