Site Upgrades!

This is just a quick note to let everyone know what's going on with the site. This site was created ages ago, but then funding fell through. The site was left alone but through the work of many people, it grew! I came back to the site to see people actually using it! I decided that these efforts should not go in vain and decided to upgrade the site to help even more. Read more »

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 »

Fayetteville Community Garden Coalition moves forward

Press Release:  February 2009 Fayetteville Community Garden Coalition

Fayetteville Community Garden Coalition committee and the City of Fayetteville invite you to participate in launching a community gardens program. Join us in developing a network of garden “communities” that learn and grow as one.  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 »

Legalize Raw Cow Milk! Support HB 1114!

Introduced by State Representative Mark Martin of Fayetteville, HB 1114 would allow the sales of up to 100 gallons of unpasteurized cow milk per month. On Monday, January 26, 2009, the bill passed the state House of Representatives. The bill has since been referred to the Senate Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor, where it is expected to meet heavy resistance from the Arkansas Department of Health.

Folks, I urge you to do two things: Read more »

Be the media you wish to see

Source: J-Lab
Program: New Voices

National Energy Fdn. Grant

Source: Johnson Controls, Inc. and the National Energy Foundation
Program: Igniting Creative Energy Challenge
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