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Ozark National Forest land rehabilitation

The Ozark National Forest is recovering from decades of human overuse. Fences left in the forest block wildlife routes while invasive plants beat out native species for dominance of the landscape.

The Arkansas Wildlife Federation wants to restore a part of the Ozark National Forest known as Bearcat Hollow by removing fences, spraying invasive plants, and adding woody debris to ponds to create aquatic wildlife habitat.