A certain celebrity frog once sang of hardships. It ain’t easy being green, the chief Muppet lamented. Kermit the Frog obviously never met Aaron Stahl, whose P3 Waste Consulting of Fayetteville makes it easy for businesses to be green. Profitable, even.
The color yellow may be synonymous with the taxis you’re used to, but in northwest Arkansas, the cabs have gone green. Well, at least Brad Audrain’s have.
Buy local. Shop small. Support Arkansas farmers. You’re hearing this call to action with regular consistency these days, and you should be. It’s likely you’ve bought a few local ingredients here and there, or patronize a community-minded business whose wares are sourced from local craftsmen, but is that by accident or by choice? Either way, your purchase of local goods—locally grown food, in particular—is good thing. In fact, it’s one of the best things you can do for yourself and your community. So keep it up. Here’s why: