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2nd Annual Arkansas Seed Swap

WHAT: The 2nd Annual CAAH Seed Swap
WHEN: Saturday, February 21, 2009; Noon to 3 pm
WHERE: The Ozark Folk Center State Park Administration
Building, Mountain View, AR 72560
WHO: University of Central Arkansas (UCA) Sociology
Department, Humanities and World Cultures
Institute partnering with the Ozark Folk Center State
Park and any interested farmers and gardeners.
HOW IT WORKS: Anyone can bring seeds to
swap or share. University students will assist Dr.
Campbell in saving a master set to distribute for the Read more »

Community Development and Housing

Conference Addresses Community Development and Housing

Faulkner County Supporters of Sustainable Communities - Updates

Green Cleaning, Gardening in the Winter and Save the Date for the Holiday Celebration

ARKANSAS SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK

NOVEMBER CALENDAR OF EVENTS

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Read more »

Nordex to build wind turbine plant in Jonesboro, Arkansas

JONESBORO, Arkansas (October 24, 2008) – Norde Read more »

Date Change for Beekeeping Workshop

We inadvertently scheduled the beekeeping workshop for the same date as the FCSSC community forum on Oct. 25. We’ve rescheduled the beekeeping workshop for the following Saturday.  Please see information below.  Hope to see you at the community forum & the beekeeping workshop! Read more »

Natural State Expo Volunteer Meeting

Volunteer Meeting
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Beekeeping Workshop in Conway...

CATCH THE BUZZZZ!

Interested in keeping honeybees, but haven't a clue how to start?  Allison Wallace will offer an informal bee-ginners' workshop on Saturday, October 25, at the McGee Center in West Conway, from 10 am till noon.  There's no fee to attend, but if you want to build a hive during this session (in which to put bees later on, in February or early March), then you'll need to purchase some materials ahead of time. Read more »

Natural State Expo 2008 Green Home Show seeks Participants, Volunteers, and Sponsors

“Green living” is at everyone’s doorstep and has weaved its way into our local culture. As people learn about the need to go green, one question lingers on everyone’s mind…

                         “What can I do to ‘green’ my home?” Read more »