Thursday, November 12, 2009

Golden paddle awards announced by Illinois River Partnership

Congratulations to the


Golden Paddle Awards recognize leaders in watershed stewardship

and natural resource conservation in the Illinois River Watershed.

Six awards are given annually to individuals or entities that

exemplify good stewardship in the protection,

preservation, and enhancement of the watershed.


Gene Pharr, Washington County Farm Bureau


Flint Creek Power Plant, Gentry

Eagle Watch Nature Trail


Ozark Ecological Restorations, Siloam Springs

Joe Woolbright


Stitt Energy Systems, Inc., Rogers

Orlo Stitt


City of Fayetteville, Mayor Lioneld Jordan

West Side Treatment Plant & Woolsey Wet Prairie


Susan Bolyard, US Geological Survey Hydrologist

Over 100 people joined the IRWP in honoring these

2009 recipients at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale at the annual IRWP Stakeholders Meeting, November 10.

To join 202 members of the IRWP today and go to

Thanks to our Sponsors, Members, and Volunteers

for your many contributions to preserve, protect and restore

the Illinois River Watershed.


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Arvest Ballpark is a stadium in Springdale, Arkansas. It is primarily used for baseball, as the home of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals of the Texas League. The ballpark has a capacity of 6,500 people and opened in 2008. Arvest Ballpark was designed by the Kansas City architecture firm HOK, the same firm which designed Camden Yards and Progressive Field.[1] Arvest Ballpark was named the 2008 Ballpark of the year by