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Arkansas 200 Years Ago: What Did Early Settlers See?

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission - Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Over 200 years have passed since Arkansas became a territory of the United States. As we celebrate this bicentennial year, you may wonder what Arkansas looked like in 1810. What did the early sett ... Read More

GLO Notes: An Invaluable Resource for Ecologists

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission - Wednesday, January 31, 2018

by Brent Baker Since ANHC staff work to preserve and restore natural communities and native species, it’s important to understand their historical context. We often need to know what the habitat ... Read More

GLO Records Come Full Circle for Staff Members

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission - Tuesday, January 30, 2018

by Brent Baker While reviewing historical General Land Office (GLO) survey notes in an effort to locate potential references to the rare and endangered shrub pondberry (Lindera melissifolia),  ... Read More

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