Elisa D'Angelo built a wetland with powerful potential—a system that removes toxic elements that might leach out of coal slurry impoundments.Read More
Rainy Days and Outcomes
UKAg researchers look long-term at the ramifications of acid rain.Read More
An interdisciplinary team of UK Animal and Food Sciences researchers conducted trials to evaluate the most effective form of selenium to include in cattle mineral mixes.Read More
Teach Them Young
Through 4-H environmental camps, students gain an appreciation for the natural world.Read More
A Future as Wide as All Outdoors
The NRES program gives students a baseline of common knowledge from which they can branch out into areas that interest them.Read More
A new shared use path opened today at The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, connecting bicyclists and pedestrians from south Lexington neighborhoods to campus and downtown.
CAFE and Lexington played host to community development experts from around the world, who met to discuss the roles of creativity and culture in the creation of strong communities.
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