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2017 Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House

At this year's Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House, we honored the Center's founding board and contributors and awarded the 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award to Bert Turner. Prinntastic Art also unveiled the Center's new chalkboard mural. Over 80 friends and supporters joined us to celebrate! Thanks to the Little Rock Zoo, Flyway Brewing, RSVP Catering, and Cantrell Gardens for being part of the event.

Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox
Photo: Stacy Cox

2017 Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House

At this year's Little Rock Audubon Center Fall Open House, we honored the Center's founding board and contributors and awarded the 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award to Bert Turner. Prinntastic Art also unveiled the Center's new chalkboard mural. Over 80 friends and supporters joined us to celebrate! Thanks to the Little Rock Zoo, Flyway Brewing, RSVP Catering, and Cantrell Gardens for being part of the event.

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Towns & Yards

Rural homeowners lose their gardens to dicamba. Even being in the middle of town does not protect against dicamba's volatility.

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