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If you are part of a national or local nonprofit, school, government agency, faith-baised, or community organization, you can apply to become a Service Site here. 

Service Sites 

Full Circle FarmCorps is an AmeriCorps program operated by the Arkansas Resource Conservation and Development Council and EngageAR in collaboration with partner sites throughout regions in Arkansas, referred to as "Service Sites." These sites are community- or school-based gardens, nonprofits, or Arkansas state entities. This is where the produce is grown, learning flourishes, and community connections happen! 


Western Region


Samaritan Community Center

The Samaritan Garden harvests and distributes more than 17,000 pounds of produce used in preparing Samaritan Cafe meals. The garden is a spot offering more than 1,545 total volunteer hours! 















Sebastian County Conservation District 

With its urban initiative, Sebastian County Conservation District is able to partner with community gardens across the River Valley, providing fresh produce to nonprofits and community members.


Boston Mountain Heritage Societ

Located in Mountainburg, the Boston Mountain Heritage Society is dedicated to education and preservation of the heritage skills, customs and traditions of our ancestors. 

Drennen-Scott House 

Overlooking the Arkansas River, the commanding Drennen-Scott House was initially the home of the Revolutionary War descendant John Drennen and his family. It is now a “working laboratory” for University of Arkansas – Fort Smith students as they recreate the century-and-a-half-old home. Service Members are working on creating a historic vegetable garden at this site. 





City of Mulberry 


Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Mulberry's natural beauty makes a perfect fit for Service Members to focus on community and pollinator gardens. 








Central Region 

University of Arkansas - Little Rock


The UA Little Rock Campus Garden is a place for education, research, and outreach about food production, sustainability, economic botany, ecology, and more. The garden contains a variety of spaces, including in-ground vegetable gardens, Arkansas native plant gardens, an aerobic composting system, 16 raised beds, an apiary, an orchard, and two keyhole beds! This site uses only sustainable growing methods and techniques and are committed to reusing, recycling, upcycling, and sustainability including strategic water use and conservation.

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