With a total economic impact of $8.42 billion per year in Arkansas in 2013, tourism is the state’s second largest industry. In Northwest Arkansas, 3.37 million visitors per year have made tourism a $1.1 billion industry that generates total revenues of $1,575 per resident. In Carroll County, tourism generates total revenues of $6,284 per resident. This and […]
Archives for October 2014
SWEPCO turned our lives upside down on April 3, 2013, and, ever since, we’ve been going flat-out to set matters right again: On April 3, 2013, SWEPCO presented the Arkansas Public Service Commission with an application for approval to construct a 345 kV transmission line and a new substation in Northwest Arkansas, with the transmission line to follow […]
After a lot more hard work than any of us imagined, this new, redesigned website is finally up and running. We’ve added a lot of new information that is, we hope, easy to find. Take a run through “Quick Facts”! Check out “About Us”, “Who We Are,” “What We Do Now,” and “What We Have […]
Donate & Deduct! Donations to Save the Ozarks are now tax-deductible. The Internal Revenue Service accepted our application for tax-exempt status, so we are a public charity that is exempt from Federal income tax. Save the Ozarks is now qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts.
USA Today named Eureka Springs one of the top 10 places to go and witness the splendor of fall colors against forested hillsides. They published a photo of our beautiful forest views that American Electric Power (AEP) and their subsidiary, SWEPCO, would destroy in their quest to make greater profits by building more massive transmission lines even […]