Eleven Point River Conservancy
Links To More Information
Land Trust Information
Land Trust Alliance (LTA) www.LTA.org
The national organization of land trusts. Since its founding in 1982, the Land Trust Alliance (LTA) has helped build a strong land trust movement in America that now includes more than 1,260 conservation organizations.
Steven Small www.stevesmall.com
The nation's leading authority on income and estate tax options and strategies for landowners interested in private land protection. Steve is the author of The Federal Tax Law of Conservation Easements and Preserving Family Lands: Books I, II & III.
Land and Water Management
Leo Drey's Pioneer Forest www.pioneerforest.com
Great information regarding forest stewardship.
For more than half a century, Pioneer Forest has restored Ozark woodlands through conservative, natural forest management, and has preserved ecologically important areas and notable landscape features. Altogether there are nearly 160,000 acres in this unique, privately-owned land base.
Missouri Conservation Department - Watershed Inventory and Assessment www.conservation.state.mo.us/fish/watershed/elevenpt/contents/090cotxt.htm
A wealth of information about the Eleven Point River, including land use, water quality and use, biotic community, management problems and opportunities, geology and geomorphology, habitat conditions, and much more.
National Park Service www.nps.gov/rivers/wsr-eleven-point.html
General information about the Eleven Point River, and links to information about other National Wild and Scenic rivers.
Ozark Connections www.ozarkconnections.com/floatkit/eleven.htm
Description of the Eleven Point River south of Missouri highway 142. Except for the first 3.5 miles, this section of the river is in Arkansas.
Missouri's Scenic Rivers Resource Website www.missouriscenicrivers.com
A great source of information for the Eleven Point, Jack's Fork, and Current Rivers. This link goes to the home page, the Eleven Point River Page is easy to find.
Ozark Wilderness Waterways Club (OWWC) members.aol.com/owwccanoeclub/
The Ozark Wilderness Waterways Club was organized in Kansas City in 1956. The "canoe club" combines interest in canoe sport with a conservation ethic, having been "organized for the preservation of Ozark streams."
The Nature Conservancy - Missouri Chapter nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/missouri
Together with our members and conservation partners, The Nature Conservancy has protected over 150,000 acres of critical natural lands in Missouri.
American Rivers www.americanrivers.org
American Rivers is a national non-profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring healthy natural rivers and the variety of life they sustain for people, fish, and wildlife.
River Network www.rivernetwork.org
River Network's Mission is to help people understand, protect and restore rivers and their watersheds.
The Nature Conservancy nature.org
Preserving the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.