Guarding The Grand Watershed

Guarding The Grand Watershed

The Grand River truly belongs to Oklahoma. Flowing for roughly 125 miles in a southwesterly direction, winding through the Ozark Mountain foothills, before giving itself to the larger Arkansas River, just outside of Muskogee, Oklahoma, the river’s beginning, and end...
GRDA Opens More Land To Paralyzed Veterans of America

GRDA Opens More Land To Paralyzed Veterans of America

Two years ago, a partnership between the Grand River Dam Authority and the Mid-America Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) resulted in increased hunting opportunities for PVA members. Today, a new agreement will result in even more opportunities. In...
Focused on the Grand Lake Watershed

Focused on the Grand Lake Watershed

It rests in four states, straddles two Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regions and impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. It is the Grand River Watershed; a collection of rivers, streams, creeks and water runoff that stretches across a roughly...
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