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The Ross Foundation is located in Arkadelphia, Arkansas and honors a forty-year tradition of giving in Clark County. Founded in 1966 by Jane and Esther Ross, the Ross Foundation's Board of Trustees manages timberlands held for conservation purposes as well as administers a philanthropic grants program. The Foundation's philanthropic program benefits the people of Clark County through the revenue produced by these timberlands.


The Ross Foundation strives to maintain its charitable holdings of land and timber as exemplar forests through the use of management techniques which integrate the value of all forest resources, to allow public access to these forests for recreational uses as long as such use is not detrimental to the resource of the forest, and to generate revenue to fund its philanthropic program.

October 1, 2014

The Jack Mountain Unit will be closed to all trail riding beginning October 1, 2014. This is for the safety of all users during hunting season.

 

January 16, 2014
The Ross Foundation requires a user permit for all recreational users on the Jack Mountain Unit. This is for every person 16 and older that will be using the property. Even if you are riding with someone else, you will need to complete our registration form. You will receive a users permit and a vehicle permit. The permits are free. Please complete the entire form to include the license plate number.

 

We also ask that you please reveiw the rules. We do require helmets and eye protection even if you are on a UTV. The speed limit is 15 mph!!!

We have logging operations in progress in the area. Please stay clear of these jobs. The operators may not be able to see or here you while they are working.

 

 

November 16, 2010
The Ross Foundation, along with Southern Bancorp, announces the Arkadelphia Promise.

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