This summer, Cincinnati’s Krohn Conservatory will present a breakthrough summer show, Let It Grow, that highlights and demonstrates four new cutting edge, sustainable gardening and food production techniques.
Since June 14th, the campground beach at East Fork Lake has been under a Recreational Public Health Advisory due to toxins produced by a harmful algae bloom which can affect the liver, nervous system or skin-the main beach at the lake is not affected at this time.
Container glass, including things like beer bottles, pickle jars, and our other favorite consumables—can be recycled an infinite number of times but it is a tough material to handle, both from the collection and processing standpoint.
The Boone County Farm Initiative is hosting the second Rural Treasures Farm Tour on Saturday, June 29th from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. This self-guided tour offers visitors a chance to learn more about agriculture in Boone County. There will be food, beverages, farm produce and crafts available for purchase at many of the farms.
Join other citizen scientists for a two and a half-day camp on citizen-based biomonitoring June 27th through June 29th. Learn how to use technologies and assessment tools to provide professionals and agencies with credible data on the condition of aquatic environments in your region.
Kentucky is home to more than 49,000 miles of rivers. Freshwater rivers and streams sustain our communities by providing drinking and irrigation water, wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities and more.