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We  currently are unaware of any pending legislation affecting Rockhounding or Land Access issues.  If there are any issues or pending legislation that may have an adverse affect on Rockhounding or Land Usage please contact ALAA so the legislation can be reviewed and posted on the website. info@amlands.org

Learn about Public Land Access Issues in Arkansas



Forestry officials on Saturday-September 22, 2012- toured the Ozark National Forest in northwestern Arkansas, an area where work is under way to restore the Bearcat Hollow region to the way it was before around 1900.
The officials were in the northeastern corner of the forest, about 45 miles north of Russellville.

Read more: The Courier - Your Messenger for the River Valley - Forestry officials begin Ozarks area restoration



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Crater of Diamonds State Park - Arkansas