Our mission is to conserve for public benefit the natural, recreational, scenic, historical and productive values of the Buffalo National River.

The Buffalo River Foundation (BRF) is a not-forprofit conservation organization. BRF operates primarily as a land trust. BRF seeks to acquire conservation easements or other ownership interests in lands within the Buffalo River watershed with ecological importance, water quality benefits and scenic value in order to preserve and protect those lands and conservation values in perpetuity. BRF can provide interested private land owners a variety of voluntary conservation options to maintain the scenic and cultural heritage of the Buffalo River. The leadership of BRF is comprised of individuals who have an understanding of the Buffalo River's history and needs, as well as a desire to work collaboratively with other people and institutions to find free market solutions to conserve land in the watershed.

See map below for a detailed look at the watershed.