Our youth have identified several ways you can do your part to care for God’s Creation. Will you join us?

Reduce Waste

Reduce single use plastic:
  • Buy products packaged in alternative ways. For example:

Bar shampoo

Eco Laundry Sheets

Dish Soap Bars

Conserve energy:
  • Take a closer look at your home’s insulation rather than constantly heating or cooling your house.
  • Use appliances more efficiently. (ex. Only use washer when full, group colors together, run dishwasher only when full, etc.)
  • Try to take shorter showers, or turn off the faucets when they’re not in use.
  • Turn off lights when you’re not using them, when you’re out of the room.
  • Be mindful of your landscaping. (ex. less water consuming plants).

  • Carpool or use public transport when possible.

  • Be mindful of your how you get your electricity( is it solar, wind, hydro, etc).

Minimize Food Waste:
  • You can eat less meat, and try to eat meat that is brought up sustainably.

  • Be mindful when you shop.



Reuse When Possible

Consider reusable products. For example:
    • Reusable water bottles
    • Bamboo cutlery
    • Reusable sanitary products
    • Sustainable straws
    • Reusable bowl covers
    • Reusable grocery bags
Shop used.

Frequent your local thrift shops.

When you can’t find what you need, try to shop sustainably. (15 most sustainable companies)

Contact your local lawmakers and representatives to push for a more sustainable state.

Local organizations:

Arkansas Chapter of the Sierra Club

Protects and preserve Arkansas’s wilderness areas.

Buffalo River Watershed Alliance

Educates and advocates for the protection of the Buffalo River and its associated watershed.

Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission

Collects data on rare plants, animals, and natural communities and provides education and outreach to preserve Arkansas’s biological diversity and natural heritage.

National organizations:

The Wilderness Society

Advocates for the protection of Wilderness places.

The Climate Reality Project

A diverse group working together across all sectors to build a sustainable future, with the goal of transitioning toward net zero emissions by the middle of this century.

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