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the Ouachita ?
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Government or annual financial report filed by the Ouachita River Foundation is available to the public.
A copy of the Tax Exempt Application submitted to the IRS and the Tax Exempt Approval Letter issued by the IRS is also available to the public. Any person or persons seeking this information may do so by written request to:

Board of Directors
Ouachita River Foundation P.O. Box 1272
Monroe, Louisiana 71202

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Environmental TRAGEDY ... Destruction of the CYPRESS
Click Here to view the Endangered Cypress


Watch Ouachita River Video On Line
We are now featuring segments of video
That are from the Ouachita Foundation TV Shows
that were produced in past years
The opening and first segments of show 5
are now available for view

Click Here to view the
Opening Segment of Show 5

Click Here to view the
Segment 1 of Show 5


The first French settlers renamed it "Ouachita" in the early 1700's . . .

The Ouachita has been proclaimed as
One of the world's most beautiful rivers . . .



Winter On the Ouachita




Rare Snow on the Ouachita

















Click Here to take a photo journey down the Ouachita . . .

The Ouachita River runs through the Southern States of Arkansas and Louisiana

The Ouachita originates as a tiny mountain stream in the Ouachita Mountains near Eagleton, Arkansas (Northwest of Mena, AR).

Downstream, the Ouachita flowsinto Lake Ouachita (near Hot Springs, AR), then after leaving a series of lakes, the Ouachita begins to take on a different appearance as it flows nearly 600 miles to join the Tensas and Little Rivers at Jonesville, Louisiana, forming the Black River.

The Ouachita River is shown in RED The major towns and cities along the river are not shown, but include Mena, Hot Springs, Arkadelphia and Camden in Arkansas and Sterlington, Monroe, West Monroe, Columbia, Harrisonburg and Jonesville in Louisiana.

CLICK HERE for Large Map

Click Here to take a photo journey down the Ouachita . . .
2007 - Ouachita River Foundation