Bayou Chapter of the Ozark Society
Conservation | Education | Recreation
Established in 1975, the Ozark Society Foundation supports and promotes conservation, education and recreation activity in the Ozark-Ouachita region and surrounding lowlands. Governed by a volunteer board, the Foundation is a major publisher of high-quality conservation and nature-related books about the Ozark-Ouachita mountains region, with all proceeds supporting the public policy and education mission of the Ozark Society. Since 1967, more than two dozen publications on the natural environment and conservation issues have been produced by the Ozark Society and the Ozark Society Foundation, including canoe and hiker guidebooks, natural and cultural histories, and field guides.
The Bayou Chapter's base of operations is in the Shreveport/Bossier area and we are proud to to have a very active chapter. You never know what kinds of events we will have! Hikes, Paddles, Camping, Classes, & Conservation are just some of the activities we are involved in. Come join us and grow the outdoor community in Northwest Louisiana with us!
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- Sat, Apr 01Driskill Mountain
- Fri, Apr 07Bayou Bodcau (downstream side/spillway)
- Tue, Apr 18Red River National Wildlife Refuge
- Fri, Apr 21Petit Jean State Park - Morrilton, AR
- Sat, May 06Benton, LA
- Tue, May 16Red River National Wildlife Refuge