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Potluck Dinner and Short Movie at Sustainable Alternatives Wed Feb 25th 6-9pm

When: Wed Feb 25th, 6-9p.m.
Where: 101 North Woodrow, Little Rock (big green house at corner of Markham & Woodrow)
Yes, we've decided to do our potlucks again in 2009. Always the last Wednesday of the month, so mark your calendars. During the next few months, we thought we'd show some films, too. We know there's not much "local" food in season right now, but come join us for a meal anyway!
BYOB and favorite dish. We've got dishes, ice and serving utensils, as well as a full kitchen for last minute prep. Read more »

Free Movie Night at Sustainable Alternatives Tues Feb. 24th Featuring "FLOW: For Love of Water"

When: Tues Feb 24th 7-8:30p.m.

Where: 101 North Woodrow, Little Rock (big green house at corner of Markham & Woodrow) Read more »

Free Movie Night at Sustainable Alternatives Wed March 4th Featuring "King Corn"

Where: 101 North Woodrow, Little Rock (the big green house at Markham & Woodrow)

When: 7-8:30p.m., Wed. March 4th Read more »

Part Time Paid Position Available Immediately for Gardening and Teaching

Part-time position available for small non-profit.  

Requires basic knowledge of gardening. Willingness to work outdoors and ability to be self motivated and work without supervision.  This position focuses on sustainable agricultural practices and youth programs. Read more »

Public Meeting on Future of Lake Maumelle Development and Drinking Water Quality

When: Wednesday, Feb. 18th, 6-8 p.m.

Where: Terry Library Branch, 2015 Napa Valley Drive, Little Rock, 72212

Please join Kate Althoff for an update on issues concerning Lake Maumelle and our drinking water supply. Central Arkansas Water (CAW) serves over 400,000 individual water users and this is a critical time in determining the future of development impacting the lake. Several major decisions will be made by the CAW board and the Pulaski County Quorum Court in a few months. Read more »

Part Time Contract Labor Admin Assistant Needed Immediately

Part Time Assistant Needed

Sustainable Alternatives needs contract labor approximately 20 hours per week.
MUST be proficient/advanced in following skillsets: typing, data entry, MS Office, email management, online calendar management, filing and general office organization. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, accurate, and able to work under deadlines.

$9 per hour, flexible within regular business hours of 8-5 Mon-Friday

Indefinite contract length, but at least until March 1st, 2009. Read more »

Care About Arkansas’s Water Resources? Then Don’t Miss This Gathering!

When: Wednesday, November 12, 2008

What: Potluck and Water Project Kickoff

Where: 101 North Woodrow (big green house at corner of Markham and Woodrow)

Sustainable Alternatives will again host a monthly potluck dinner, but a few weeks earlier, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. As the main growing season draws to a close, we’re still celebrating local foods, but please bring any dish you’d like. Read more »

Sustainable Alternatives Now Hiring Part-Time Assistant

Now Hiring!

Great part-time opportunity in Little Rock.

Are you enthusiastic about sustainability, especially recycling, our local food movement, and environmental issues? Would you like a flexible position with a small, dynamic company with potential for growth into a full time opportunity?

Sustainable Alternatives is an educational outreach and community resource center for environmental and sustainable initiatives in central Arkansas.

We are currently seeking a PART TIME ASSISTANT. Read more »

Sustainable Alternatives Announces April Events

Great things are happening at our big green house this month. From film screenings, to recycling classes, from putting in a demonstration garden to our first potluck dinner, we’ve got something for everyone.

 

Potluck Dinners Celebrating Local Foods Read more »

Sustainable Alternatives and ReCycles Bike Co-Op Cohost Event March 23 and 27th

Get your ride on! Join us next week for local rides culminating in screening of We Are Traffic: The Story of Critical Mass and Return of the Scorcher. Read more »