Saturday, September 26th is the National Environmental Education Foundation’s National Public Lands Day which is the nation’s single, largest volunteer event on public lands. Every year 1000’s of volunteers come together to connect to nature by cleaning it up.
Join LR Parks and Recreation, Ben E. Keith, Dr. Allan McKenzie, Audubon Arkansas, 501 Disc Golf Organization, the non-profit Diamond State Disc Golf Association and Applied VR from 9 am to 11:30 am at Morehart Park off of Mabelvale Cutoff Road.
We will pick up litter, limbs and paint benches as well as cut back overgrowth. So, bring your gas powered weed eaters and leaf blowers, loppers and a water bottle.
We will provide snacks, single use masks and gloves (please bring your own if you have it) trash bags, paint and painting supplies and water.
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Join us for our third annual Parks and Recreation Volunteer Division's Fundraiser, Chains for a Change Disc Golf Tournament, benefiting Adopt-A-Park, Adopt-A-Trail, Adopt-A Flowerbed, Volunteer Park Rangers and Jr. Park Rangers.
Unfortunately, the fundraiser is cancelled. But we will back better than ever!
Impact the Rock
A Day of Unity and Service
These cleanup and beautification projects are a great way for individuals, families and organizations to get involved.
On these projects we could use the help of businesses or groups with access to equipment such as mowers, bush hogs and weed eaters.
For those who have created their own project, please report them here.
For more information, contact:
Karen Sykes, M.P.A.
Park Ranger/Volunteer Programs Coordinator
Leave No Trace Master Educator
500 W. Markham, Rm. 108
Little Rock, AR 72201