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Heifer Village, in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas, provides an interactive glimpse of Heifer International's innovative work to provide livestock and training to families worldwide, focusing on sustainable, practical and cost-effective solutions to hunger and poverty.
Heifer Village is also home to Betty LaDuke's "Dreaming Cows" mural. Just as an art museum offers visitors a new sense of beauty, visitors to Heifer Village come away inspired to help build a better world.
Groups fewer than 10 are welcome to drop-in to see the exhibits, Monday-Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. excluding major holidays. For groups of ten or more, please make a reservation for one of Heifer Village's group programs.
The Heifer Story
The Heifer Story guides visitors through Heifer's 65 years of work, allowing them to better understand the organization's role in alleviating world hunger, our methods and our global impact.
Life size images of our project partners tell their stories of success, and a world map illustrates where Heifer works around the world. Video, photography and audio let the visitor explore our past, present and future. Visitors also have the opportunity to learn about Heifer's model of sustainable development through our Cornerstones and an explanation of the lifecycle of our projects.
Global Solutions Gallery
The Global Solutions Gallery presents a holistic view of the issues integral to chronic hunger and poverty, and shows real solutions at work around the world. The gallery explores health care, education, sustainable agriculture, infrastructure, fair markets and the myths of poverty. Learn more about the Global Solutions Gallery.
Making a Difference Lab
After experiencing the root causes of hunger and poverty as well as some real solutions, visitors learn about individual actions they can take in their own communities, resources they can utilize to learn more about specific topics and groups they can join that are already engaged. Computer kiosks and exhibit panels help visitors find practical solutions that they can tackle in their daily lives.