WaterFest 2011


Sparta Aquifer Links
Results: Aquifer Levels Rising 2004-2014
Sparta Aquifer Recovery Monitoring Well Dedicated
Historical Groundwater Levels & Union County Water Usage, 8 USGS Real-Time Monitoring Wells
Louisiana: Well Levels 2004 - 2012
Louisiana: Water Quality Analyses thru 2013
Louisiana: UCWCB Report to LDNR June 2012
Project Map
Monitoring Well Network Map - Project Impact to Date
Water Quality Data 2001 - 2014
GraphA | GraphB | GraphC

Burns & McDonnell Benchmark Magazine: Sparta Comeback
Ouachita River Alternative Water Supply Project Description - 2006
AETN Special Report: "Troubled Water"
Rockefeller Foundation 2008: "Water Issues in Arkansas: An Unfinished Story"
Senator Pryor Welcomes Sparta Project Partners to D.C. to Accept U.S. Department of Interior Award
Final Report to EPA: Sparta Aquifer Recovery Study 2002 - 2007
Semi-Annual EPA Updates
Water Level Data
Water Usage
Interactive Map

Related Links
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Geological Survey
Arkansas Natural Resources Commission
Louisiana Sparta Groundwater Commission

Burns & McDonnell Engineering


Contact Us:
Union County Water Conservation Board

441 West Cedar
El Dorado, Arkansas 71730
cindywoolsey@suddenlink.net 870 814-2871



 
 
 
 
 
 
Last Updated: 28.Jan.15

Sparta Aquifer Recovery Study

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Union County

Water Conservation Board


      AETN Special Report:

AETN Special Report:
"Troubled Water"
Rockefeller Foundation 2008:

Rockefeller Foundation 2008:
"Water Issues in Arkansas:
An Unfinished Story"
     
Semi-Annual EPA Updates


Semi-Annual 01 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 02 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 03 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 04 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 05 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 05 Water Quality Update.pdf

Semi-Annual 06 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 07 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 08 Final.pdf

Semi-Annual 08 Addendum Groundwater Modeling Update.pdf

  Semi-Annual 09 Final.pdf Semi-Annual 09 Final.pdf

  Semi-Annual 10 Final.pdf Semi-Annual 10 Final.pdf

 


This website was developed to provide public access to the data developed by the Study. We welcome your interest and we would appreciate your suggestions for saving the Sparta aquifer or improving this website. For more information about this website or to contact the Board, please email us.

 

Be sure to visit the website of our partner in this effort, the Union County Conservation District.