Buffalo River is America's first National River and one of the last un-dammed rivers in the United States. The National River boasts many outdoor activities including canoeing, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and fishing. In addition to camping, small groups can rent either rustic or modern cabins for their enjoyment. World-class wildlife viewing is also possible along the Buffalo River, including trumpeter swans and elk.
Not only does the Buffalo National River excel for outdoor recreation, but cultural resources abound as well. Interpretive opportunities include historic buildings, sites, and even several historic districts highlighting past farming and mining communities. The Park Service, in conjunction with the State Highway and Transportation Department, Game and Fish Commission, National Wild Turkey Foundation, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, plans to restore habitat and reintroduce native species.
Keep Buffalo National River Pristine, ask Cargill to move C&H pigs.
A factory farm threatens to pollute the Buffalo, America’s First National River. Please ask Cargill to move C&H Farms, Inc. to a more appropriate location. This factory farm will produce over three million gallons of manure, litter, and wastewater each year. Don’t let waste ruin the Buffalo National River. Cargill is C&H Farm’s primary customer.
Take Action: Please ask Cargill to move C&H farms to a more appropriate location and protect the watershed of the Buffalo National River.