THE mulberry river society
MRS Newsletter 2019-2021
2022 - 2024 Board of directors
MRS Cigarette litter prevention program
community education program
Multiple US Forest Service - River Access Locations - June 29, 2019
Wolf Pen campground, High Bank launch/parking, Indian Creek launch/parking,
Redding campground, Private Landowners: Byrds Adventure Center, Turner Bend Outfitter
Byrds Adventure Center Festival Clean up - September 15th, 2019 with Starbucks Partners
Turner Bend (Clarksville HS)- Oct. 14th, 2019
Redding USFS Campground/Indian Creek access (Ozark HS) -Oct. 15th, 2019
Wolf Pen USFS Campgound/High Bank access (Oark HS) - Oct. 16th, 2019
Mulberry Valley Clean up - November 2nd, 2019
a Stewardship Mission
Mulberry River Society members work as a team to accomplish heroic efforts of restoration along the river corridor, by improving boat launch access points.
High Bank and Indian Creek access locations are carefully engineered with massive amounts of inlaid rock to make passageway easier for the public to launch their canoes and kayaks.
MRS partners work with the US Forest Service to achieve the Best Management Plan for the National Wild and Scenic Mulberry River
and its banks.
MRS is an organization comprised of outdoor, river, and canoe enthusiasts who seek, through Conservation, Appreciation, Recreation, Education, and Stewardship.
We CARE about the Mulberry River!
The Mulberry River was designated as a
"National Wild and Scenic River" by Congress in 1992.
The Mulberry River Society is a 501c3 non-profit organization.