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Aged Horse Manure, Compost, and Bamboo Needed!

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My name is Katherine Dennis and I am a Hendrix College student. A few students and I are working on expanding the current >organic garden we have here on campus. We conducted a soil test in order to find out what we should add to the soil to make it most productive. From that, we determined we need aged horse manure and compost. We also are looking for bamboo posts to act as trellises for our plants.

Do you have any sources of aged horse manure, compost, or bamboo we could get in contact with? Read more »

Merry Christmas!

Here's hoping that you and yours have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

SlowFoodUSA Food Program

Emily Stephenson sent a message using the contact form at http://www.sustainar.org/contact.

Good Afternoon,

I’m writing on behalf of the non-profit Slow Food USA. I found your group when doing some research on food and sustainability related groups and I thought I’d reach out to you about our campaign. Read more »

The Future of SustainAR!!!! Please give feedback!

Hey everyone!

I've got a lot of plans for SustainAR, but haven't had as much time as I wish to work on it.  So, I've decided to ask the community, and get your feedback as to priorities.  Please read this post and submit your comments! Read more »

Aquaponics Information

Bevan Suits sent a message using the contact form at http://www.sustainar.org/contact.

Hello Sustain Arkansas,

I am promoting this new interactive book on aquaponics: http://accesstoaquaponics.com/book.html Read more »

Local Arkansas Correspondents Needed

Ashley Chase sent a message using the contact form at http://www.sustainar.org/contact.

Came across your blog post about the young social change activists and I feel you'd be perfect to help us find a local correspondent in Arkansas. We hire young writers (late high school through post-grad) to be environmental bloggers, through our Local Reports internship program. The positions are unpaid but participants gain invaluable experience writing, photographing, videoblogging and reporting. Read more »

Opportunity to Go Local and Sustainable at WildWood

I was asked to post this by Jeff Roper...So WildWood Park for the Arts is having their 2nd Annual Harvest Festival October 24 and 25.  Last year they had approx 1,800 people each day.  Last night we had a volunteer meeting and it came out that what they are trying to do is make this a ‘local’ event.  Some of the activities will include music (from local bluegrass type bands), a fiddle contest, a flat pickers contest, food (from local growers an Read more »

Arkansas Pushes GREEN Sustainability into Action

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With a sense of urgency and passion being devoted to environmental sustainability around the country, many cities and states are at the forefront in leading towards a green paradigm. Striving to protect and enhance Arkansas’ environment, many public organizations are advocating this cause through activities, public awareness and activism. Read more »

2nd Annual Wellness Open House

YogaYou in Cabot is hosting it's 2nd Annual Wellness Open House on Saturday June 13.   I am looking for fresh information from presenters--experts in different fields related to healthy eating and living (wow--that covers so much!). Read more »

Help out a UALR Student

This posting is to help out a student at UALR with an information request.

Here is his question.... Read more »