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Post #1  Post subject: Beaver Lake Master Plan Being Revised
PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2015 9:55 am 
The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, is revising the Beaver Lake Master Plan. The master plan guides the management of the government lands around the lake. The master plan affects future management of natural resources and recreational opportunities to ensure the sustainability of Beaver Lake.

The master plan revision will set the stage for a later update of the operational management plan and shoreline management plan, which is how the vision of the master plan is implemented. This is your opportunity to let the Corps know how you would like the lake to be managed for the future.

The planning process will include an analysis of potential effects on the natural and social environment, including fish and wildlife, recreation opportunities, economics, land use, cultural and historical resources, aesthetics, and public health and safety.

To learn how you can take part in this process go to: ... rPlan.aspx


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