“Vegetarians, Communists, and Millennialists: Communal Living in the Old Ozarks”: Now there’s a title you don’t see every day. This program will be presented at Hobbs State Park by Brooks Blevins, an Arkansas Ozarks native. Blevins is the Noel Boyd Professor of Ozark Studies at Missouri State University in Springfield. He is the author and…
The World Peace Wetland Prairie is Fayetteville’s best kept “secret garden” and once again, the setting for the annual Earth Day celebration hosted by the Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology.
The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission and several local organizations have been recognized with honors from Keep America Beautiful Inc., the nation’s premier community environmental improvement organization.
A crowd of more than 50 people gathered in downtown Fayetteville to protest the construction of a $900 million crude oil pipeline that will go from Cushing Okla. through Arkansas to Memphis, Tenn. Saturday, Dec. 10.
The issues surrounding the Buffalo National River and a nearby 6,500 hog farm that was built in a fragile watershed environment keep coming.
August 25 marked the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, which was created in 1916 by then-president Woodrow Wilson.
According to Bambi’s friend Thumper, “Eating greens is a special treat; it makes long ears and great big feet!” For parents who are not rabbits, eating weeds is not what is meant by “eat your vegetables”; however, the Ozarks offers many varieties of healthy, tasty weeds that we may hate in our yards but love…
Have you ever heard of such a thing as “Natural Capital”? It is quite real and big businesses are including their share of the wealth found in natural ecosystems into their financial spreadsheet.
Did you ever think that plants and insects were involved in mutually beneficial, collaborative relationships?
Breakthrough research reveals that high blood pressure occurs when living in an urban compared to suburbs or rural environment according to Estes and a team of scientists.