About Meadowcreek

Who We Are

Meadowcreek, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization situated in a 1600-acre pristine valley that is one of the largest privately owned and protected tracts of forest and farmland in the Ozark region. Located near Fox, Arkansas, our three-mile-long valley is rimmed on both sides by high, rocky bluffs rising 500 feet above the floodplain. The stream, Meadow Creek, runs the entire length of the valley.

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What We Do

Our mission is to explore ways people can make a living in a remote area while sustaining the area's natural resources. We also offer lodging and activities so visitors have a chance to experience the area and its rural culture.

 

To that end, we utilize our 200-acre pasture and hay ground for a cow/calf farm operation; the tillable acres for greenhouses, gardens, and poultry; the timberland for selective tree harvesting, wildlife habitat, and nature study; and our buildings as residences, Airbnb, studios, and public events. 

Why We're Special

Meadowcreek's unique qualities have drawn the attention of The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas and The Humane Society of the United States Wildlife Land Trust.

 

They provide permanent protection of the valley's natural resources and the wildlife habitat for rare species such as the Yellow Cheeked Snail Darter that is found in Meadow Creek and the Little Red River.

 

 

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