Author Jason Irby Envisions Agriculture as Essential to Environment and Habitats

Author Jason Irby wears a different hat as he surveys property that is reserved for agriculture and conservation.

“I have planted nearly 3,000 trees of various types, acres of natural grasses, and will soon establish a wetlands area.  My family has been involved in agriculture of some sort for decades and their efforts have been a gift to nature and humanity.  Now, it is my turn to give back to mother earth because I feel that through the generations we will all benefit,” Irby shared.

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Author Jason Irby’s “Spring” Community and Literacy Events Schedule

April 2015

Saturday, April 18, 2015 – Jason Irby will attend “Identity and Purpose Workshop” sponsored by Pine Bluff Boys & Girls Club and Helping Others Progress Effectively (H.O.P.E). Irby serves as a Committee Member for the event and will also participate at the event.

Saturday, April 23, 2015 – Irby will be a guest speaker and presenter for Media and Cultural class at Webster University, Little Rock Campus.

Friday, April 24, 2015 – Irby will attend secession by Author Play writer Chris Abani at the Jackson Madison County Library, Jackson, Tennessee.

Saturday, April 25, 2015 – Irby will co-host and speak at “Books and Business Extravaganza” in Shreveport/Bossier City, LA at the VFW Post 4588.

Author Jason Irby Participates in 1912 Era Baseball Documentary Film “The First Boys of Spring”

Author Jason Irby participates  in 1912 era baseball documentary film “The First Boys of Spring”

“March 2015 was a wonderful month.  I enjoyed participating and reliving an era in Arkansas history.   Hot Springs, Arkansas was once the training camp for Major League Baseball Teams” Irby said.

Film director Larry Foley has produced several major documentary films that earned award status.

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