The most delicious allergy remedy available.
The Olmsted Parks Conservancy needs you! Be a part of the lifecycle of Louisville's historic park sytem.
Lightning bug/firefly lovers are going to be having fun and contributing data to an ongoing study of the insects' habitats at Beckley Creek Park.
Sometimes two wheels are better than four. Find this out for yourself this Friday by participating in Bike to Work Day.
Turn your lights off this weekend in tandem with millions of others to bring attention to the environment and sustainability issues.
Sustain Louisville is a plan filled with initiatives meant to make our city a greener and healthier place to live. Better yet, Mayor Greg Fischer is giving us all a chance to weigh in on this plan. What could be healthier than expressing our opinions?
The Earth & Spirit Center wants to educate us on the Environmental Justice issues that are alive and well in the Louisville area.
Say the word "hootenanny" and try not to smile. I dare you.
Sometimes, the only option we have in this over-teched day and age is to unplug and reconnect with the Earth. There is a place in Louisville to help with this.
Ever heard of pollution-free grass cutting?
Spotlighting Kentuckians restoring health and culture to the Bluegrass, local author, Kelly Van Winkle, Campbell presents her new book, ‘Saving Kentucky: Greening the Bluegrass’ at Locust Grove, tomorrow, Wednesday, May 23rd, at 7pm.
'When Spirit Meets Action' to feature activist Monday
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