Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

SPONSORED: Preserving Our Virtues Through Common Man Conservation

by 11/22/2021 05:40 am

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission conserves the outdoor character of Arkansas, which gives us our distinctive identity.

SPONSORED: AGFC Education Efforts to Get Boost From New Nature Center

by 11/16/2020 12:00 am

When completed in December, The J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center in Springdale will stand as the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's flagship to the northwest.

SPONSORED: AGFC Helps Private Landowners Achieve Conservation Goals

by 9/21/2020 12:00 am

While thousands take to the Arkansas woods and fields and wetlands each year, they have access to a limited number of public acres. Only about 10% of the land in Arkansas is public, the rest is privately owned.

SPONSORED: Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Work Crosses Multiple Fronts

by 8/24/2020 12:00 am

Pandemic or no, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission isn't staying idle during these challenging times.

SPONSORED: Diverse Range of AGFC Efforts Underscore Mission

by 3/10/2020 12:00 am

From fighting disease to educating the public to growing the ranks of the state's outdoor enthusiasts, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is carrying out its mission on multiple fronts.

SPONSORED: AGFC Preserves Wildlife, Promotes Quality of Life

by 11/26/2019 12:00 am

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission—in addition to its mission of protecting, preserving and conserving Arkansas's species of fish and wildlife—has helped improve quality of life in the state through conservation and education.

SPONSORED: Managing Arkansas' Greentree Reservoirs for The Future

by 11/13/2019 12:00 am

For centuries, the Arkansas Delta and other river floodplains have been bountiful sources of food and habitat for migrating ducks. Greentree reservoirs on public and private land are a crucial component of this habitat.

SPONSORED: New Focus On Flooding Could Help Duck Habitat

by 12/10/2018 06:00 am

Changes in management practices are needed to make Greentree reservoirs more bountiful for waterfowl.

SPONSORED: Hunters Should Arm Themselves Against Chronic Wasting Disease

by 11/5/2018 08:18 am

Steps can be taken to reduce the spread of the neurological disorder detected in deer and elk.

SPONSORED: Fall Tillage Foils Waterfowl Feasts

by 10/22/2018 07:00 am

By re-thinking the annual disking practice, farmers can aid migrating birds without harming the bottom line.