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Hikers on Rattlesnake Ridge west of Little Rock, foreground, will soon have new trails to explore on Blue Mountain, mid-right in background.
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Blue Mountain Connects Recreation Dots Just Minutes From Little RockLock Icon

There’s gold in the hills of the Maumelle Pinnacles, both in natural splendor and spending by nature lovers, and Arkansas is ready to seize it. read more >
Blue Mountain
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$6M Effort Underway to Conserve Blue Mountain

The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission and The Nature Conservancy in Arkansas announces an effort to conserve the 458-acre Blue Mountain, the westernmost peak in the Maumelle Pinnacles chain. read more >
Cherokee Prairie Natural Area is a remnant of the tallgrass prairies that once covered western Arkansas.

Giving Guide: Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission

ANHC’s professional staff conducts on-the-ground surveys to locate and evaluate occurrences of rare habitats and at-risk species. read more >
Patricia Blick of the Quapaw Quarter Association
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Four Points Brings Two to Midtown Hotel (Movers & Shakers)

Tracy Morales is the new director of sales and marketing and Kevin Steele is now director of public relations and marketing at the Four Points by Sheraton in midtown Little Rock. read more >
The properties at 1100 North St. (top) and at 1120 North St. (bottom) now owned by the Department of Arkansas Heritage | (Photos by Pulaski County Assessor's office, 2012)
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Department of Arkansas Heritage Puts Down Roots Near River

The Department of Arkansas Heritage intends to develop a 30,000-SF headquarters in downtown Little Rock, assembling a 4.5-acre location on the banks of the Arkansas River in two transactions totaling $2.3 million. read more >