Buffalo River’s 50th Anniversary Commemorated With Oral History Project

Two environmental history students from the University of Central Arkansas conduct an oral history interview with Brenda Brown and her mother, Wanda. (NPS, Feb. 2020)

From: KTLO

To commemorate the Buffalo National River’s 50th anniversary as a national park, stories and memories are being collected about the area. The information about the Buffalo River and its gateway communities will be archived on a publicity accessible online portal.

If you know someone who loves to share stories about the Buffalo River, you can help preserve those stories for generations to come by participating in the oral history crowdsourcing project through StoryCorps.

Learn how to get started at nps.gov/articles/000/oral-history-at-buffalo-national-river.

Previously recorded interviews in the Buffalo National River StoryCorps Community may be accessed and listened to at archive.storycorps.org/communities/buffalo-national-river-oral-history/.

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