Buffalo River makes endangered list again | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Buffalo River makes endangered list again

Posted By on Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 11:28 AM

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Arkansas's Buffalo River has again made a list it's best not to make — an annual report from America's Most Endangered Rivers.

The report, issued since 1984, puts the Buffalo at No. 8 this year, calling it threatened by the factory hog feeding operation in the watershed.

The report calls on Gov. Asa Hutchinson to close the operation, a question before his Department of Environmental Quality, the Pollution Control and Ecology Commission and the court system.

Here's a link to the full report on the Buffalo. It comes with photos of algae blooming in the river.


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