Arbor Day Foundation and Prairieland Dairy Lined Up for WasteCap’s Green Team Roundtables in June in Lincoln, Nebraska


The planning and installation of Arbor Day Foundation’s planted green roof will be the topic of a presentation during the Green Team Roundtable meeting on June 11th. Participants will get a close look at the green roof during the lunch meeting at 211 N. 12th in downtown Lincoln.  The following week, on June 18th, a second Roundtable will offer a tour and discussion about the dairy and commercial composting operations at Prairieland Dairy, 13000 Pella Road, near Firth. Both meetings run from 11:30am to 1:00pm and are open to all.  Registration is required at Cost for each is $10 or $8 for WasteCap Nebraska members, and a zero waste lunch is provided.

Founded in 1972, the centennial of the first Arbor Day observance in the 19th century, the Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with over one million members, supporters, and valued partners. Learn more about the Arbor Day Foundation at

Prairieland Dairy was created when the Eickhoff, Goossen, Obbink and Rice family farms joined together as one. Their mission was to create a new kind of dairy: one that was sustainable, open and transparent; one that served people, cows and the planet. For more information about Prairieland Dairy and a video preview, visit

WasteCap Nebraska works with businesses and communities to eliminate waste, conserve resources, educate people and increase prosperity in Nebraska.  For more information about WasteCap Nebraska visit