Snapshot: 2011 Top News
January, 17 2012
Lots of great things happened at ANHC in 2011. From new natural areas to woodpecker relocations, we covered it all in each issue of the Natural News. We thought it would be fun to look back on 2011 and see which articles YOU liked best. From what we can tell, Arkansas’s native flora and fauna rates high with our readers—eight of the top 12 articles were about a plant or an animal.
The most popular Natural News story of 2011 was “A Blast from the Past”. This article highlighted our efforts to restore glades at Devil’s Knob-Devil’s Backbone Natural Area. It featured video of a contractor using mules to remove invasive eastern red cedar trees. Here are the rest of 2011’s top Natural News stories, in order of popularity:
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