Another park page — Woolly State Park, Arkansas

Now there are two.

The second page I’ve completed since getting back to work developing content for Haw Creek is the page for Woolly Hollow State Park.

Woolly Hollow is a nice little state park in Faulkner County north of Conway and near Greenbriar. The centerpiece of the park is a 40 acre reservoir, Lake Bennett, constructed in the early 30s by the Work Projects Administration (WPA) and the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) as a watershed project built for scientific studies of the effect of run-off, silt and erosion control in a specific watershed. See my Woolly Hollow State Park web page for more information.

Administrivia details:

I’ve had the page on Haw Creek for quite some time in a different location. However, I’m moving all of my places and images pages and changing their format. I’ve decided to concentrate on optimizing the pages for search engines as well as adding new, accurate content. A lot of the content will be available in other places on the web, but, generally, not all on one site and, in many instances, the information is sketchy and often inaccurate. My intent is to provide useful and interesting material as well as valuable links that should be viable for a reasonable period of time.

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