News & Events
Ozark High School Beta Club students will pick up litter along Carbon Plant Road in Altus. For more information, please contact Event Coordinator Alicia Farmer by telephone at 479-667-4116 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Members of the Lafayette County 4-H club will cleanup Strange Park, and the roads leading to the park. For more information, please contact Event Coordinator Terrie Treadway by telephone at 870-921-4744 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Buffalo River Chapter of the Ozark Society will will travel by canoe to help remove litter along a stretch of the Lower Buffalo River. For more information, please contact Event Coordinator Laura Timby by telephone at 870-504-1647 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Habitat for Humanity Pulaski Co. and the City of Little Rock are teaming up for a neighborhood block cleanup event, which will include painting, street cleaning, beautification efforts, and more! For more information, please contact Event Coordinator Andrea Newton by telephone at 501-442-6246 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Desha County 4-H cares about their community. In order to keep McGehee a great place to live, 4-H is going to spend a day in the garden! Youth will venture out in the community tending to flower beds throughout McGehee. Master Gardeners will work hand in hand with youth as they help keep Desha County beautiful.
Volunteers will cleanup the roadside areas of litter on every street/road and area of the Grassy Knob Community. For more information, please contact Event Coordinator Ginni Miller by telephone at 479-253-7469 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Shorter College students will pick up trash on Bishop Lindsey. For more information, please contact Event Organizer Kanetra Fitzpatrick by telephone at 501-804-5370 or by e-mail at Kanetra.Fitzpatrick@shortercollege.edu.
Volunteers will assist park staff in cleaning up litter along the highway near the entrance of the park and along the shoreline of Like Chicot.
Volunteers will be cleaning in and around the town of Bradley in conjunction with the October Junkfest sponsored by the Bradley Chamber of Commerce.
13 locations throughout Sebastian County will be available for residents to drop off trash, tires and more – free of charge! Contact Randy Hall for more information!