Friends of the Locust Fork River, aka “FLFR,” was founded in 1991 to actively preserve the natural integrity of the river in its free-flowing state, and to that end, the lifestyle of the community that surrounds it. FLFR protects the river by educating youth, getting people out on the river through guided monthly outings, watchdogging polluters, and working with other statewide partner organizations to advocate smart water policy and better protection of rivers statewide. Download the current issue of the Newsletter (pdf).
Recent News & Upcoming Events
Date: Saturday, December 9, 2017
Swann Bridge Second Saturday Clean-ups are held on the second Saturday of every month. We collect trash for an hour or two then go for a swim in the county’s favorite swimming hole. Come enjoy the beauty of the Locust Fork River and Swann Covered Bridge while providing a community service.read more
Date: Saturday January 20, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
FLFR offers a unique opportunity to tour and learn about the wildlife wintering at Wheeler Refuge by visiting with an expert in the field.read more