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Beaver Lake Land Acquisition Study

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Beaver Lake Land Acquisition Q&A

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Beaver Lake Land Acquisition Willing Sellers Meeting

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting a meeting to discuss the potential purchase of low-lying property surrounding Beaver Lake which is either constantly or periodically inundated at conservation pool.

Location: Rogers-Lowell Chamber of Commerce
Address: 317 W. Walnut Street, Rogers Arkansas
Date: July 30th, 2024
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

A brief presentation of the acquisition process will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by an opportunity for landowners to meet individually with Little Rock District representatives to discuss their specific parcels of land.

If you would like to attend the meeting to discuss a possible sale please fill out the form below to be included in the meeting

RSVP for the Willing Sellers Meeting

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What is NEPA?

The National Environmental Policy Act is our basic national charter for protection of the environment. It is foremost a procedural law that helps ensure that federal decision makers take a hard look at the potential effects of a proposed action and allow the public and other stakeholders to comment on the federal agency’s effects analysis and consideration of reasonable alternatives. The NEPA analysis helps these decision makers understand the environmental consequences of the alternatives in comparative form before making a decision. This “hard look” is informed by the public and other stakeholders, starting with a project or study’s scoping phase.

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The environmental review process that accompanies Corps planning studies and its value to the public are not always easy to understand. Recognizing this, and to help the public and organizations effectively participate in federal agency environmental reviews, the Council on Environmental Quality wrote the informational A Citizen’s Guide to the NEPA