Fourche La Fave Watershed - 11110206

Home to approximately 12,000 Arkansans (2000 Census), the Fourche La Fave watershed lies within the Arkansas River Basin in West to Central Arkansas.  The hydrologic unit code for this watershed is 11110206.  There is no upstream watershed.  Lake Conway-Point Remove (11110203) is downstream.

State-Level Map - Fourche La Fave Watershed-Level Map - Fourche La Fave Watershed Land Use Map - Fourche La Fave



County Pages
(Contact Information)
Major Streams2006 Land Use
(1,113 Square Miles)
  • Fourche La Fave River
  • Fourche La Fave River, Black Fork
  • Fourche La Fave River, Clear Fork
  • Gafford Creek
  • South Fourche River
  • Forest: 79.8%
  • Transitional: 10.0%
  • Grassland:  8.7%
  • Water: 1.1%
  • Cropland: 0.8%
  • Suburban: 0.5%
  • Urban: 0.0%

Data Source: CAST

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Fourche La Fave 303(d) Impaired Streams (what is an impaired stream?)

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Documents (what is a TMDL?)


Other Reports and Publications

  • Arkansas Watershed Advisory Group (Spring/Summer 2002) - Featured Watershed: Fourche Creek Restoration Project - "The Fourche Creek Watershed is arguably the most important urban watershed in Arkansas because of its ability and use in draining and filtering Arkansas' largest city, Little Rock." ...more on Page 1 and 2

More Watershed-Related Information

  • Environmental Statistics Group (Montana State University):  Fourche La Fave

 

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