Illinois River Watershed Partnership



The Illinois River Watershed Partnership was created by and is a diverse group of men and women who directly affect the water quality of the Illinois River. This group is holding itself accountable by striving to improve the water quality of the River through personal endeavors and through the education, encouragement, and positive reinforcement of fellow Illinois River Watershed residents.
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For this year's Make A Difference Day, IRWP will be partnering with Cooperative Extension Service to remove litter from parks, creeks, and roadsides from several areas across Washington County. Locations include Elm Springs, Farmington, Johnson, Prairie Grove, and Tontitown. Please register for specific locations at the Cooperative Extension event page, located here:
Greetings All!

We hope you can join us for our streamside planting this Saturday, March 10th from 9:00 to 11:00 am. Help us get 200 native trees and shrubs into the ground to improve water quality and wildlife habitat!

Please find the address in the "Muddy Fork Riparian Planting" event posting. Blue and white IRWP signs will be along the road to mark the parking location. The temperatures will be cool and we might get some rain, so dress to stay warm and dry. Close-toed shoes and a sturdy pair of gloves will also keep you comfortable.

Hope to see you there!