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July, 2022

Friday
1
Ozark Folk Center State Park
9:00 AM
Wednesday
6
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Friday
8
Little Rock Zoo
8:00 AM
Friday
8
Tyler Bend Visitor Center 170 Ranger Rd St Joe, AR 72675
8:30 AM
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Grab you clippers and your snippers for garden day at Tyler Bend and Buffalo Point! Volunteers will meet at Tyler Bend Visitors Center at 8:30 a.m. to spruce up the gardens. To carpool or caravan meet at Flippin Walmart to leave one hour before work begins. We will leave Tyler Bend by noon and those who wish can continue to Buffalo Point Ranger Station for a brief clean up there. What to bring: Work gloves, your favorite weeding tools, leaf rakes, tubs for weeds and debris. Native plant swap: If you have native plants that have spread, pot 'em up and bring them to trade along with seeds and root cuttings of native shrubs. Lunch: Bring a sack lunch and we'll picnic in the park. I'll bring the cookies!
Saturday
9
Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
9:00 AM
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CAMN Chapter President and retire professor of biology
Saturday
9
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Reed will be hosting a Fourche Creek trash-boom cleanout
Bring your own water craft (canoe, kayak, jon boat).
Bring your own drinking water and snacks, if needed.

Record your hours as litter pick up and the sponsor is Stream Team!
Bring your own litter grabbers and Stream Team mesh bags if you have them..
Large 45 gallon trash bags will be provided.

For you landlubbers, there will be plenty of litter to pick up along the shoreline, up on
top of the bank in the riparian if you don‘t want to get on the water. We can shuttle you
across to the north side to work that, too. Lots of blackberries, greenbrier, etc. Wear thick,
protective clothing and tall boots. When ticks and mosquitoes are out, you‘ll want to have repellent along.
Saturday
9
Delta Rivers nature Center
10:00 AM
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The Plant Swap is held in the classroom in front of the nature center on the 2nd Saturday of the month through October. Bring up to 5 cuttings, seeds, or bulbs to trade with other plant lovers. Please be sure to label anything you bring to swap. A brief educational program will be given at some of the swaps. All ages are welcome to attend and participate.

This event is not approved for volunteer or education hours, unless you are a volunteer at the event.
Tuesday
12
Two Rivers Park
5:30 PM
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Help LR Parks and Recreation maintain public trails! Goals: Improving riding and hiking trails, clearing the corridors for user's enjoyment, and providing users with the opportunity to give back to their trail systems.

Wear close-toed shoes and clothes you can get dirty. Bring water and snacks.

You MUST RSVP for this event.

Record your time as trail maintenance, sponsor LR City Parks.
Wednesday
13
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Thursday
14
Zoom
Meeting ID 838 5809 7720
Passcode 618712
6:00 PM
Friday
15
Little Rock Zoo
8:00 AM
Friday
15
Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
9:00 AM
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Project Learning Tree and Project WILD are environmental education programs for anyone who teaches youngsters. They help develop students’ knowledge of the
environment and encourage them to care for natural resources.

Participants will receive “Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide,” which includes 50 hands-on activities to connect children to nature and increase their awareness and knowledge about our natural world. Project WILD’s curriculum offers 150 hands-on activities to also connect children to nature. Topics include trees, forests, wildlife, water, energy, climate change, community planning, invasive species and more.

This workshop qualifies for six hours of CE, sponsor AGFC.

Cost: $10 payable at the workshop
Saturday
16
Fred Berry Conservation Education Center
9:00 AM
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Professional development workshop, training, or instructor certifications for educators, instructors, coaches and volunteers.
About the Event
Project WILD is an education curriculum rooted in nature that helps educators bring the outdoors to their students. Each participant will receive two curriculum guides at no charge. The workshop is also at no charge.

Participants are encouraged to bring a sack lunch. Lunch break is limited to 30 minutes.

Approved for 6 hours CE, sponsor AGFC

Participants are welcomed to bring snacks and drinks to enjoy during the workshop.
Saturday
16
TBD
9:00 AM
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Mark your calendar. Location info TBD.

Record time as Stream Team, sponsor AGFC
Saturday
16
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Saturday, July 16, 6pm - Mississippi River Island Flora

Join Dr. Travis Marsico of Arkansas State University to learn about research that’s being conducted on the flora growing on islands in the Mississippi River.

ANPS will only be sending the Zoom links for these webinars to those who request them, so if you would like to sign up to be added to the ANSP Webinar Email List you will need to send an email to ANPS.Programs@gmail.com and request that you be added to the list.

Approved for 1 hour CE, sponsor ANPS
Wednesday
20
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Thursday
21
Fred Berry Education Conservation Center at Crooked Creek
8:00 AM
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The workday will begin at 7:30 and work until 9:30. Starting early will make sure we're finished before it gets too hot. Be sure to bring water, favorite gardening tools, bug spray and wear appropriate clothing. Remember we're now into chigger and tick season. ENTER HOURS AS: ACTIVITY: NATURAL AREA MAINTENANCE/SPONSOR: AGFC: FRED BERRY-NCAMN
Thursday
21
Calvary Baptist Church - the Hanger
6:30 PM
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Patrick Solomon, ANHC

Hybrid meeting - live and via Zoom

Record 2 hours CE (Meeting with a speaker), sponsor CAMN
Thursday
21
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Did you know there are four different types of light pollution? And that too much lighting at night isn’t good for either people or wildlife? Light pollution is a global problem, but there’s increasing awareness and a global movement to reduce it. Join Bruce McMath, Chair of the Arkansas Night Sky Association (ANSA), and host Lynn Foster for a discussion of what ANSA is doing and what you and your community can do to help.

Approved for 1 hour CE, sponsor Central Arkansas Libraries.

You must register with CALS to attend.
Friday
22
Little Rock Zoo
8:00 AM
Saturday
23
Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center
9:00 AM
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Blake Sasse
Certified Wildlife Biologist®
Nongame Mammal/Furbearer Program Leader
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
Wednesday
27
St. Joseph's Center of Arkansas
8:00 AM
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SJCA ‘Whacky‘ Wednesdays (for weed-whacking, weed-picking, watering, grounds/garden spruce-ups)
Weather permitting

Record activity according to how you spend most of your time, sponsor St. Joseph‘s.

Friday
29
Little Rock Zoo
8:00 AM
Saturday
30
Lake Ouachita State Park
6:00 PM
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Karen Hicks, Certified Master Naturalists, will present an evening program on BUGS! at Lake Ouachita State Park (times listed may be updated).