Upper White-Village Watershed - 11010013

Home to approximately 35,000 Arkansans (2000 Census), the Upper White-Village watershed lies within the White River Basin in Northeastern Arkansas.  The hydrologic unit code for this watershed is 11010013.  Upstream are the Middle White (11010004) and Lower Black (11010009) watersheds.  The Lower White-Bayou Des Arc (08020301) is downstream.

State-Level Map - Upper White-Village Watershed-Level Map - Upper White-Village Watershed Land Use Map - Upper White-Village

County Pages
(Contact Information)
Major Streams2006 Land Use
(767 Square Miles)
  • Cattail Creek
  • Deep Slough
  • Departee Creek
  • Glaise Creek
  • Jack Creek
  • Lick Pond Slough
  • Maple Ditch
  • Village Creek
  • White River
  • Cropland: 52.0%
  • Forest: 26.1%
  • Grassland: 14.9%
  • Water: 2.0%
  • Transitional: 1.9%
  • Suburban: 1.8%
  • Urban: 1.0%

Data Source: CAST

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Upper White-Village 303(d) Impaired Streams (what is an impaired stream?)

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

More Watershed-Related Information

  • Environmental Statistics Group (Montana State University) - Upper White-Village
  • Arkansas Watershed Awareness Group (Fall and Winter 2006) - Newly Installed Watershed Signs Focus on Drinking Water - "Upper White River Watershed: Source of Drinking Water for Northwest Arkansas.  That's the straightforward yet simple message that new highway signs carry for residents and those traveling through Northwest Arkansas"...more on Page 4
  • Arkansas Watershed Awareness Group (Summer 2003) - Featured Watershed: The Upper White River Basin - "The WRBF was started a little over a year ago and has already generated strong support from Arkansas and Missouri leaders in its efforts to reverse the downward trend in water quality in the four major lakes that make up the basin"...more on Pages 1 and 2
  • White River Basin Forum Proceedings
  • West Fork White River Watershed Data Inventory and Nonpoint Source Pollution Assessment


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