get to know our exhibitors


SUMC Sharing Fridge

The purpose of the Sharing Fridge is to feed folks who are food-insecure with food that might otherwise go uneaten.

Wildland Gardens

Our mission is to research and implement small-scale farming practices based on principles found in permaculture design and ecological farming.

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Girl Scout Troop 6134

We are making wind spinners out of plastic bottles.

Arkansas Interfaith Power & Light

We add prayers, intentions and actions to those of other individuals and congregations in Arkansas who are dedicated to preserving the health of our people, the natural beauty of our state and all of creation.

Conway Advocates for Bicycling

CAB members will promote bicycling by explaining its health, environmental and recreational benefits and will be available to demonstrate bicycle fitting, maintenance and repair.

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Girl Scout Brownie Troop 6058

No Straw November- the big impact of small plastic

Why Waste

Arkansas for Container Deposit Law. Our exhibit will be about trash and how consumption effects the environment. We have a litter curtain we've made from beverage containers that portrays our litter problem.

Heifer International

Heifer International works with communities to increase income, improve child nutrition, care for the Earth, and ultimately end world hunger and poverty.

Natural State Recycling

Introducing Natural State Recycling, Arkansas' largest and most hassle-free full-service recycling company, specializing in paper, plastic & e-waste recycling for businesses and manufacturers in Little Rock and the central Arkansas area.

Premier Windows

Our firm belief is to invest in our people first. By making our workers and customers our primary focus we never lose sight of the fact that people, not products make people happy.


Arkansas Department of Health

Many people across the state are working to proactively shape the future of our health system including undertaking important activities to improve the health payment system, strategically plan for a future..

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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.

Arkansas Natural Sky Association

We educate on the importance of mitigating light pollution and how to do it.

Arkansas Master Naturalists - Foothills Chapter

To develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.

Mid-America Science Museum

We will be performing our large format Sub Zero Science and Under Pressure show. The show highlights natural environmental processes and phenomena.

Faulkner County Extension Service/Master Gardeners

Our mission is to provide research-based information through non-formal education to help all Arkansans improve their economics well-being and the quality of lives.

Student Dietetic Association

The SDA’s goals include providing nutrition information to the public and community service activities and SDA is meant to serve as a support system for Nutrition and Dietetic students.

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Hendrix College ACS

Interactive hands-on crafts that demonstrate basic chemical principles with environmental implications

Conway Department of Sanitation

Conway offers residents curbside collection, a free co-mingled program in which no sorting of recyclables is necessary.

Cadron Creek Outfitters

Cadron Creek Outfitters is an outpost for paddlers and campers and a laboratory for field studies in hydro-geology, the environmental health sciences and ethnography.

Mayflower Elementary

The Mayflower Metal Eagles Robotics team is part of First Inspires. Our students are working on learning about engineering and technology while working with limited resources to build a robot for competition. They are learning the importance to work collaboratively to solve problems with others. Someday they may be a future engineer that will make a huge impact on the environment.

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Cloth Diaper Education with Bethany Alexander

I educate parents/ caregivers on how using cloth diapers keep disposable diapers out of landfills.

Audubon Society of Central Arkansas

The mission of the Audubon Society of Central Arkansas is to encourage programs and activities supporting all things natural, wild, and free, especially birds, bird habitat stability and improvement, as well as to promote fellowship among members, educate and inspire the public, and champion the highest standards of ethical outdoor conduct.


If you or your family are faced with a crisis situation and are in need of assistance you may contact any of our offices so that a staff member may assist you.

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tri fold display with magnetic game


MEMS is dedicated to providing the highest level of care in all areas of Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

Sweet Clover Alpaca

I raise Alpaca. They are one of the most eco-friendly animals in the world. 1)Alpacas produce some of the finest natural fibers in the world, not only providing communities with great clothes, but also giving organic farmers a steady source of income.
2)They’re the perfect alternative to gas-powered or push lawnmowers (they eat grass even though they don’t have upper teeth).
3)Their waste droppings make an amazing, all-natural fertilizer. In other states that are producing a Marajuana, the alpaca farmers are selling out of their 'Paca-Poo'
4)They have a padded foot like a dog, so they tread lightly on the earth.

Companions Spay & Neuter Clinic

The Humane Society of Faulkner County is an animal advocacy and rescue organization.

American Chemical Society

We illustrate the development of environmentally friendly household chemicals.

Community Service, Inc.

We serve all youth and their families, who we encourage to be active participants in the service process. No youth is denied help, regardless of financial status or ability to pay.

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Roadrunners! Little known facts about roadrunners.

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Tiffany Gabbard

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.

Arkansas Falun Dafa Association

The focus of Falun Dafa practice is the mind, with the cultivation of one’s mind and thoughts, or “Xinxing,” being singled out as the key to increasing Gong energy.

Faulkner County Library & Urban Farm Project

Sustainable urban agriculture and locally supported seed library.

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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.

Arkansas State University Environmental Club

To promote awareness of the current state of our environmental impact; with an emphasis on protection, conservation, preservation and restoration.

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Raptor Rehab

Live birds

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Boyscout Scout Troop 112

Recycling bottles for fun game use for cubscouts.



Family Home of Little Rock

The Family Home is dedicated to providing affordable lodging in a home-like setting for cancer patients and parents of premature infants being cared for at the UAMS Medical Center, as well...

Walmart Pharmacy

Drug and sharps disposal

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The Boomers (acoustic-music band)

Music focused on all of the above themes

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission

We will have a regular booth offering information on our programs, natural areas and ways to volunteer/get involved with ANHC.

City of Hope Outreach

We exist to advocate for others through the opening of holistic centers within under resourced areas in Central Arkansas to influence change in unique ways which involves active presence and relational transformation.

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Forestry Commission

Discuss wildfires vs. forest fires.

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Drum Circle


St Joseph Interact Club

The philosophy of St. Joseph School is built upon the truth that God created man and man must tend toward God.

Conway Regional Health System

Conway Regional Health System is accountable to the community to provide high-quality, compassionate health care services.



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Bat & Cave Conservation Exhibit

The importance of bats to our environment and how to explore caves responsibly and their part in our watersheds.

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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.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Work with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.

Arkansas Department of Transportation

Will feature unique environmental initiatives at ArDOT, such as interstate wildlife crossings and wildflower programs.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Arkansas ES Office

Our office works primarily with at risk and federally listed species. We have displays on endangered, at risk, and native species in Arkansas, pollinators, and water quality.

City of Conway Tree Board

We will share what Tree Board does with Conway and city planning for trees in public spaces

Museum of Discovery

Our mission is to ignite a passion for science, technology, engineering, arts and math in a dynamic, interactive environment!



Stormy the Fish

Stormwater Runoff, Pollution and Flooding: How Residents Can Help

Buffalo River Watershed Alliance

The mission of the Buffalo River Watershed Alliance is to preserve and protect the scenic beauty and pristine water and air quality of the Buffalo National River for future generations through public outreach and education, advocacy, and direct actions.

Friends of Fourche Creek & DrainSmart

Friends of Fourche Creek is a volunteer coalition of almost 20 local, state, and federal partners dedicated to the restoration, protection, and enhancement of the Fourche Creek ecosystem and to creating and sustaining a first-class urban greenspace for those who live, work, and play in the largest urban wetlands area in the nation. Our group has primarily been working in an 1800 acre city-owned parcel of land that will become the largest and most unique park in Little Rock. A 4.4 mile stretch of Fourche Creek that flows through this huge urban wetlands area has recently been designated by Arkansas Game & Fish Commission as the first Urban Water Trail in Arkansas.

Philander Smith College

We want to teach people about toxins in water and how that can effect our every day life.

Rick's Dive 'N Travel

Bring awareness to the effects of pollution on the marine ecosystem and also discuss efforts for coral restoration

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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!

Faulkner County Conservation District

It is the mission of the Faulkner County Conservation District to protect, maintain, and enhance our natural resources for now and future generations.

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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

Lake Conway Point Remove Watershed Alliance

The Lake Conway Point Remove Watershed Alliance is dedicated to working with individuals, groups, and governmental agencies to educate and promote the importance of the watershed.

White River Waterkeeper

1) Watershed enviroscape, 2) White River Waterkeeper info booth, 3) Buffalo River algae & Water Reporter




Arkansas Hemp Association

Industrial hemp is a crop that will change the way we make products. It has many environmental benefits that range from biodegradable products to its ability to phytoremediate soil that has been damaged from conventional farming practices. The AHA is a group that educates policy makers, farmers, businesses and citizens on the benefits Industrial hemp can have on the environment and the economy. Hemp is legal to grow in the state of AR under the Arkansas Industrial Hemp research pilot program.

Leave No Trace

To set up a campsite and illustrate LNT techniques

Caldwell Toyota

We will have Toyota’s class-leading Hybrids to show.

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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.

Central Arkansas Astronomical Society

Founded in 1971, the Central Arkansas Astronomical Society is a member-owned, not-for-profit corporation dedicated to promoting amateur astronomy and recreational sky watching in central Arkansas, as well as bringing the reality of the universe closer to the general public.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Citizens' Climate Lobby

The Arkansas chapters of Citizens' Climate Lobby are dedicated to the idea that addressing climate change can benefit both our economy and natural way of life.

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Trees of the US - interactive game learning the state trees and fun tree facts


Our display will focus on Metroplan and our Imagine Central Arkansas plan as it relates to the natural and built environment, and creating a sustainable, healthy and prosperous region.

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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.


In EAST, every student chooses a project that can in some way make things easier for people in the community, they get help from community partners as needed.

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Opossums and the positive impact on our environment

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Tesla Model 3 EV: path to use energy made today, not thousands of years ago.

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Drain Smart

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.

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