Join us on March 12th at the ASU Beebe Farm for our pecan production workshop. Topics will include site selection, soil sampling and fertility, cross-pollination, spacing, and pruning. To learn more visit our
Exotic invasives cause more than $130 billion annually in damage in the United States. Chinese privet (pictured here) is one of the top five exotic invasive plants in Arkansas by percent land coverage. To learn more about invasive plants
visit our website.
We are seeking volunteers to join us in removing Chinese privet, as a part of the Arkansas Watershed Stewards Program on
Feb. 15th 9AM-12PM. The event is being held at our headquarters located at 2301 S. University Ave. in Little Rock.
Anti-obesity Effort Brings Enhancements to Forrest City
Forrest City was awarded funding to improve its farmers market. Funding was secured through the
Arkansas Delta Region Obesity Project (ArDROP). This project focuses on making community-wide, lasting impacts with a special emphasis on policy, systems, and environmental change.
The improvements were identified by a coalition of Forrest City Citizens.