Arkansas Business City of Distinction 2011

Greenhead is proud to present the Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The creation of this program is a long overdue effort to preserve the contributions of those individuals who have gone above and beyond through dedicated time, resources and other work to enhance the waterfowl industry in Arkansas. For more, visit ArkansasWaterfowlerHallofFame.com.

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Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Honors Second Class

With the 2017-2018 duck season underway, we are proud to present the second class of inductees into the Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Contemporary Honoree: Steve Bowman

Steve Bowman might not have always been the toast of the Arkansas' upper crust outdoorsmen, but for the blue-collar hunting crowd, he was a member of the family. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Historical Honoree: J. Roger Crowe

Stuttgart businessman, farmer and land speculator James Roger Crowe left behind a distinguished legacy on the Grand Prairie. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Contemporary Honoree: Phillip Crowe

Painting has always represented a homecoming for Phillip Crowe, one of the nation's foremost wildlife artists. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Contemporary Honoree: Dr. Mickey Heitmeyer

There's nothing that affects the quality of Arkansas' duck hunting more than habitat and there's no one who's done more to advance understanding of that habitat than Dr. Mickey Heitmeyer. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Historical Honoree: Chick Major

Chick Major is an Arkansas legend and as with most good legends, there are conflicting accounts as to how he first got interested in making duck calls. read more >

Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame Historical Honoree: Butch Richenback

Harry M. "Butch" Richenback was called many things during his lifetime, and at least 90 percent of them are fit to print. read more >

Ducks Unlimited Legacy of Service Award: Kiah Gardner Sr.

Growing up in the Russellville area, where he lives still, Kiah Gardner has accumulated a lifetime of hunting and fishing under his belt. read more >

Arkansas Rice Council Conservation Champion: Marvin Hare Jr.

It's the very fortunate among us who both recognize and get to do what they truly love in life. For Marvin Hare Jr., that love has always been agriculture. read more >