get to know our exhibitors
Girl Scout Troop 6134
We are making wind spinners out of plastic bottles.
Girl Scout Brownie Troop 6058
No Straw November- the big impact of small plastic
University of Central Arkansas Fisheries and Wildlife Society
Our organization will be bringing in native species (fish, macroinvertebrates, reptiles, etc) and will be educating the public on how conservation and preservation can impact these natives species as well as the habitats they are found in (streams, rivers, deltas, forests, etc). We will have an assortment of educational activities and games to engage people of all ages.
Hendrix College ACS
Interactive hands-on crafts that demonstrate basic chemical principles with environmental implications
Cloth Diaper Education with Bethany Alexander
I educate parents/ caregivers on how using cloth diapers keep disposable diapers out of landfills.
tri fold display with magnetic game
Roadrunners! Little known facts about roadrunners.
My exhibit is hands-on and functional in order to encourage users to innovate waste to create something beautiful.
It will teach how to cut up plastic bags, tie them together to make a yarn, and crochet using the bags.
I will also include an example of a previous Project using the innovative crochet design.
The exhibit will have statistics and information from credible sources on the effects pollution and plastic bags have on the ocean and marine life.
UCA Biology Department
The mission of the UCA Biology Department is to promote, enhance, and contribute to the science of biology by offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs, engaging in biological research and actively assisting the individuals and organizations in our community.
Boyscout Scout Troop 112
Recycling bottles for fun game use for cubscouts.
The Boomers (acoustic-music band)
Music focused on all of the above themes
Discuss wildfires vs. forest fires.
Bat & Cave Conservation Exhibit
The importance of bats to our environment and how to explore caves responsibly and their part in our watersheds.
Petit Jean State Park
Petit Jean State Park is an Arkansas classic, a natural and historic treasure that has welcomed travelers for decades. The natural beauty and ancient geology of the legendary Petit Jean Mountain inspired the creation of Arkansas’s first state park and with it our state park system.
City of Conway Tree Board
We will share what Tree Board does with Conway and city planning for trees in public spaces
Arkansas Department of Health
I work in Source Water Protection under the Safe Drinking Water Act for the Arkansas Department of Health. We have an EnviroScape model that is an awesome interactive tool for educating people on the complex drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment processes in a very fun, and interactive way. We would love the opportunity to help inform the people of Conway about Source Water Protection and the processes of treating and protecting our water resources!
University of Central Arkansas
UCA has become an MS4 and wanting to reach out to the community to show our stormwater management for the UCA campus
T5 - Event Planning @ UCA
We will be bringing a textile waste exhibit. This exhibit will include a fashion show, an info-graphic area, the oil bin display that Treci had suggested and a t-shirt craft booth. The purpose of this exhibit is to highlight the impact textile waste has on the environment and to suggest solutions to textile waste.
Arkansas Master Naturalist
I will bring a small slab of tree trunk and explain how carbon is stored and the benefit of trees in our environment.
Conway Tesla Club
Electric Vehicles that use no fossil fuels in the operation of the vehicle. Technology that is reforming the very way we think about personal and commercial travel.
Greenbrier EAST Program
It is a water filter made out of every day/cheap items you can find at the hardware store. The water can be used for many things, but ours may be used to for another exhibit making water based taffy.
Trees of the US - interactive game learning the state trees and fun tree facts
Greenbrier EAST Program
We are making a water filtration system that filters out impure water and we will also show how to pruify it. A smaller project that is mostly just for the fun of visitors is how to use the water from the filter to make salt water taffy which we will give out recipes with directions.
Opossums and the positive impact on our environment
Tesla Model 3 EV: path to use energy made today, not thousands of years ago.
Drain Smart is an engaging public-education / environmental program that uses art to communicate the function and importance of local storm drains. It gives artists the opportunity to express themselves via semi-permanent public art in a series of small-scale outdoor storm drain murals. During the past 4 years, 72 murals have been painted throughout Little Rock. Our program has recently expanded to Pine Bluff and the City of Bryant will launch our program in 2019.