Resources

The Office for Sustainability makes the resources below available to the University of Arkansas community. If you have any questions about accessing the resources on this page, or if you would like to request resources not listed, please contact us.

The Office for Sustainability has purchased perpetual screening licenses for several films. Departments and Registered Student Organizations wishing to host free, on-campus screenings may check these out free of charge.

Resident Assistants and other Residence Hall staff are welcome to make use of the following resources.

3 tips to better use your refrigerator infographic
building a healthy eating style poster
energy poster
bicycle icon poster
hydration station poster
pollinators poster
volunteer poster
zero waste move poster
air pollution factsheet
irecycle app poster
joulebug app poster
eating healthy in college poster
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

As a UA student, faculty, or staff member, you have access to a variety of AASHE resources, including sustainability research, discounts, and professional development opportunities. To access these benefits, just create an account using your @uark.edu email address.

National Center for Science Education

Our National Council for Science and the Environment University Affiliate status provides us with many opportunities to collaborate on a national level with peer institutions and policy experts. As a part of the UA community, you not only have access to publications and databases, but you can take advantage of the Environmental Internship Clearinghouse portal.

U. S. Green Building Council

As a full-time UA employee, you can take advantage of price discounts on USGBC educational materials, exam fees, publications, and more. You can also access informational resources and some online educational materials for free.

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

The development of the Strategic Plan for Integrated Pest Management for the University of Arkansas was funded by The Office of Sustainability. This was a collective effort between several UA campus departments and others including; University Housing, Facilities Management, University Grounds, Orkin Pest Control, and the Entomology Department. Photographs were provided by Donn Johnson (front page) and Orkin Pest control.

Xerces Southern Plains Plant Guide

One of the most significant actions you can take to support monarch populations is providing nectar-rich flowers and milkweed host plants. Adult monarchs depend on diverse nectar sources for food during all stages of the year, from spring and summer breeding to fall migration and overwintering. Caterpillars, on the other hand, are completely dependent on their milkweed host plants. Inadequate milkweed or nectar plant food sources at any point may impact the number of monarchs that successfully arrive at overwintering sites in the fall.