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Arkansas Environmental Education Resource Directory
AEEA has compiled a catalog of environmental learning opportunities in Arkansas. Included are a variety of education options for students, professional development for adults, volunteer opportunities, grants, and community programs. This list is a work in progress. Please submit your information via this Google Form if you would like to be included.
County Environmental agency that educates the public about environmental sustainability and enforces environmental state laws and county ordinances.
215 E Central Avenue
Bentonville, AR 72712
Contact: Teresa Sidwell | email@example.com
Boston Mountain Solid Waste District provides an integrated approach of waste reduction, reuse, recycling, composting, disposal and education. We have a variety of standards based educational programs available free of charge.
11398 Bond Drive
Prairie Grove, AR 72753
Contact: Justin Taylor | firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a member supported public garden dedicated to education and environmental awareness. We also serve as a community destination for unique nature experiences. Learn. Play. Grow.
4703 N. Crossover Road
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Contact: Roslyn Imrie | email@example.com
Fayetteville has an important goal: 40% waste diversion from the landfill by 2027! We want to reach this goal through increased composting, increased recycling, and increased education and outreach. Our Recycling and Trash Division environmental educators work with the public in a variety of ways, including giving presentations, at events, and leading tours of our operations, to teach citizens about waste reduction, recycling, and composting. In addition to our commercial composting service, we have a new and unique residential compost program that focuses on the importance of education and waste diversion.
Fayetteville Transfer Station and Materials Recovery Facility
Contact: Taylor Gladwin | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Little Rock Sustainability Office provides education, leadership and vision for current and future citizens, organizations and departments of the City of Little Rock to sustain our environment, enhance our economy, and achieve social equity.
701 W. Markham
Little Rock, AR 72201
Contact: Lennie Massanelli | email@example.com
The Conway Department of Sanitation operates an innovative public outreach program advocating and educating for responsible waste and recycling practices. Our award-winning “Smart Recycling” presentations and tours can be customized to classroom lesson plans, timely topics, and special events. Specific facility operations include landfill, material recovery, container leasing, and collections.
4550 Hwy 64 West
Conway, AR 72034
Contact: Whitney Reuschling | firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re an engineering, architecture, and environmental consulting firm.
901 N. 47th St. Suite 400
Rogers, AR 72756
Contact: Eric Fuselier | email@example.com
Ducks Unlimited is the world leader in wetland and waterfowl conservation. Filling the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.
1 Waterfowl Way Memphis
Memphis, TN 38210
Contact: Zach Pegram | firstname.lastname@example.org
Entegrity is an energy services, sustainability, and solar development company that is uniquely qualified to deliver innovative and sustainable solutions to Optimize Building Performance. Our comprehensive service package includes energy savings performance contracting, commissioning, energy modeling, building testing, lighting solutions, renewable energy, water conservation, and sustainability consulting. Environmental education is often offered as part of our larger projects.
1403 E. 6th Street
Little Rock, AR 72116
Contact: April Ambrose | email@example.com
As an expression of God’s love, we welcome people to a life of caring for Creation, others and themselves.
1720 Ferncliff Road
Little Rock, AR 72223
Contact: Joel Gill | firstname.lastname@example.org
The STEAM Center at Burnham Woods is located at the Girl Scouts – Diamonds Midwest Region property in Fort Smith and is a place where girls can discover and explore their STEAM passions through hands-on, learning-by-doing activities in a girl-focused, girl-led environment. The STEAM Center is led by a STEAM specialist who hosts STEAM-focused programs and badge workshops, as well as training for leaders.
STEAM Center 5705
Fort Smith, AR 72903
Contact: Sarah Hyndman | email@example.com
Girl Scouts- Diamonds Camps of Excellence provide a safe, fun and beautiful space for girls to be empowered to seek challenges, develop their independence, make meaningful connections with peers and learn and thrive in the outdoors.
Camp Noark 250 Madison 8580
Huntsville, AR 72740
Contact: Betony Maringer | firstname.lastname@example.org