Network of Growers
Since 2014, Ark. IPL has worked with local gardeners and farmers to build a network of local growers with more than 100 people. They share knowledge, skills, and food with one another. They also share surplus food with area food pantries.
UAMS College of Public Health
Students enrolled in the College of Public Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences volunteer in gardens in the 12th Street Corridor of Little Rock. UAMS and AIPL have a mutual interest in healthy plant-rich diets for benefit people and the planet
Working with Ark. Interfaith Power & Light, Girl Scouts in Arkansas are earning patches and badges, such as Outdoor Adventure, Hiker, Eco Friend, Earth Day, Martin Luther King Day, Community Service, Make the World a Better Place, and more! Girls learn about energy efficiency and protecting fragile ecosystems.
If you would like an activity at your Scout Troop meeting in Central Arkansas, email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arkansas Girl Scouts “Martin Luther King Day” Service Project on Zoom
- Saturday, January 16 from 2 to 3 p.m.
- 20 girls will earn Martin Luther King service badges.
Arkansas Girl Scouts “Make the World a Better Place” Day Activity
- Saturday, April 17 from 2 to 3 p.m. on Zoom
NEW ENERGY STAR RESOURCE GUIDEBOOK
We Have Good News…
Ark. IPL has partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency to offer a guidebook to help houses of worship reduce energy consumption.
Information includes gaining clergy support, motivating the congregation, and forming an environmental stewardship ministry (green team).
For a copy of the PDF file of the guidebook, email us at email@example.com.