Celebrating and preserving the state’s natural legacy is deeply rooted in Arkansas’ identity, and it is central to the mission of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's engaging new nature center.
Establishing an AGFC presence in the northwest corner of the state is important because the region is a crucial hub of economic activity, boasting a strong international presence and a rapidly growing population.
Arkansas is called “The Natural State” for a reason. More than half of the state is forested, and the northwest corner is home to the country’s most significant mountainous region between the Appalachians and the Rockies. The new immersive exhibits will help visitors begin to explore Arkansas’ wild places.