National Energy Fdn. Grant

Part Time Contract Labor Admin Assistant Needed Immediately

Part Time Assistant Needed

Sustainable Alternatives needs contract labor approximately 20 hours per week.
MUST be proficient/advanced in following skillsets: typing, data entry, MS Office, email management, online calendar management, filing and general office organization. The ideal candidate will be highly organized, accurate, and able to work under deadlines.

$9 per hour, flexible within regular business hours of 8-5 Mon-Friday

Indefinite contract length, but at least until March 1st, 2009. Read more »

Arkansas Earth Institute’s “Winter Reflection”

Saturday, January 24, 2009 Read more »

Women's Open Space

Women's Open Space

Local Women's Diverse Voices

Gathering to Empower Our Future

Location: The Green House 101 N. Woodrow St, Little Rock near the Kavanaugh and Markham intersection
                   (Parking behind house, in alley behind house, or in corner of Deaf and Blind School's field where the taxis park)  www. sustainablealternatives .org
Date: Saturday, January 31st Read more »

AR Green Guide

Foundations
Source: Johnson Controls, Inc. and the National Energy Foundation
Program: Igniting Creative Energy Challenge
Eligibility:
arkansas green guide

Sign the petition to Obama from Food Democracy Now!

http://www.fooddemocracynow.org/

Dear President-Elect Obama,

We congratulate you on your historic victory and welcome the change that your election promises to usher in for our nation. As leaders in the sustainable agriculture and rural advocacy community we supported you in record numbers during the caucus, primary and general election because of the family farm-friendly policies that you advocated during your campaign. Read more »

No New Coal Tees for the Holidays!

Hello everyone! Read more »

In your opinion, what is the greatest challenge to a sustainable future for Arkansas?

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 »

First Collegiate Green Building Tour a Success

For Release Nov. 24, 2008

Contact: April Ambrose

Cell: 501-733-9996

E-mail: april [at] greenei.com
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