Once the business completes a self audit using our greeNWAy scorecard, a third party verification will be carried out by our “greeNWAy Task Force”. We are proud to announce our greeNWAy Task Force project leaders for 2015-2016: Kord Stuffelbeam and Brett Blockhus, who are students at the University of Arkansas pursuing their minor in Sustainability. Each student pursuing a sustainability minor is required to complete a Sustainability Capstone project. The capstone experience consists of any service learning, research learning, or an internship in sustainability. The greeNWAy Initiative will offer these two students an opportunity to apply sustainability theories and principles learned in prior coursework in a manner that advances sustainability across society.
greeNWAy Task Force
Kord Stuffelbeam is a native of the Natural State, who grew up in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He is a senior at the University of Arkansas studying Recreation and Sports Management with a minor in Sustainability. When he finishes his studies he would love to be in an outdoor adventure setting helping to teach and promote ecological stewardship. Kord has always been an outdoorsmen of sorts growing up here in the beautiful Ozarks. Some of his hobbies include camping, hiking, canoeing, fishing, woodworking, and he is an avid biker using Northwest Arkansas' magnificent bike trail system almost every day. Kord says “This is one of the greatest communities I have been apart of, and I want to give back as much as I can. That is one of the reasons I decided to join this task force, so I can give back to the community that has been such a big part of my life.”