Sunday, October 30, 2011

University of Arkansas engineering students spend their 'Make a Difference Day' removing debris downstream from campus

Please click on individual images to enlarge for easy reading and closer view. Please click on link below for many more images of students who waded the Town Branch and dragged out a pickup load of debris that had washed downstream from the UA campus and MLK Jr. Blvd. and Razorback Road.
"Make a Difference Day" at University of Arkansas brings engineering students and members of the UA chapter of the Society of Black Engineers to the Town Branch Neighborhood to remove debris from the Town Branch of the West Fork of the White River.
Permanent link to Flickr photo set on Town Branch Watershed.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

J.T. Wampler's new restaurant at 15th Street and S. School Ave. anchoring the southeast corner of the Town Branch Neighborhood is a big hit with its unique recipes for food made with fresh ingredients daily

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Tanglewood Branch is the stream that drains the southeastern portion of Old Main Lawn and Down Town and Dickson Street area all the way from Washington School and flows under S. School Avenue only four blocks north of the restaurant

Menu may vary from day to day depending on availability of fresh vegetables