Arkansas Natural Resources Commission: January 16, 2019, Agenda/Meeting

January 11, 2019

By: Walter G. Wright

Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law

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The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission(“ANRC”) has scheduled its next meeting for January 16th.

The meeting will be held at 9:30 a.m. at 101 East Capitol Avenue, Suite 350, Little Rock, Arkansas.

A draft agenda includes the following:


  • Administration
    • Executive Report – Bruce Holland
    • Financial Assistance Report – Cynthia Bearden
    • Legal Issues – Crystal Phelps
  • Water Resources Development Division – Mark Bennett

    • Post-Issuance Compliance
    • Consideration of Applications
      • Financial Assistance
      • Increase in Financial Assistance
  • Conservation/Information Division – Adrian Baber

    • District Director Emeritus (Garland County) – Gene Parker
    • Conservation District Board of Director Appointments and/or Reappointments
    • Guest Speaker, Dustin Hudson – Irrigation Water Management Tech with Cross County Grants to Districts project
  • Water Resources Management Division – Edward Swaim
    • Proposal to Add Monroe county to the Cache Critical Groundwater Area

Activity Reports

  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service – Mike Sullivan
  • Arkansas Association of Conservation Districts – Martha Manley
  • U of A Cooperative Extension Service – Dr. Mike Daniels
  • US Geological Survey – Scott Gain
  • Arkansas Agriculture Department – Wes Ward
  • US Army Corps of Engineers – Jaysson Funkhouser

Other Business

  • Consideration to Begin Holding an Annual Meeting with Arkansas Conservation Districts

A copy of the agenda can be downloaded here.

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