"One of my all time, top Arkansas films."
- Dan Anderson, Director
Hot Spring Documentary Film Institute

"Natural State is applied enviromental anthropology and documentary filmmaking at its best!" - James R. Veteto, PhD Enviromental Anthropologist

Monthly Archives: March 2011


NEWS

Mar 29, 2011





NSOA SCREENING IN TWO DAYS


There is a screening this week in Little Rock at the 2nd Presbyterian Church on the corner of 430 and Cantrell St. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. Come down and watch the film! 600 Pleasant Valley Drive (screening being held in Second Hall) There are more screenings in the works. One will be in [...]

Mar 26, 2011





Welcome to the brand new site!


Thanks for visiting our site! We are glad to announce it finally launched. Tell us what you think, and let us know if you have trouble navigating it. Together, we can keep Arkansas water clean!






FIRST PLACE IN APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY!


We won first place at the Society for Applied Anthropology Applied Video Festival at the 71st Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington! Brian is going to accept the award this week and speak after a screening of the film. It’s pretty far from home, but if you happen to be in the area here’s some info. [...]






MARCIE BREWSTER FOR CE BOARD OF DIRECTORS!


Dear Concerned Carroll Electric Members, This is an update on our efforts to nominate and elect *Marcie Brewster* to the board of directors of Carroll Electric Cooperative. We are enthused that so many supportive members have stepped forward to sign petitions and help collect signatures for Ms Brewster’s nomination. If you haven’t already done so, [...]

Mar 23, 2011





Water March to the Capitol!


Today is the water march in Little Rock!! This is a march for water, and an opportunity for the people of Arkansas to come together in support of healthy rivers, streams, lakes, springs, and water wells. Critical Legislation affecting Arkansas’s water will be on the agenda on Wednesday at the state Capitol. Seven bills have [...]