This Saturday, April 30 at Floyd's Fork Treatment Plant the Watershed Watch is conducting a free training for those interested in becoming water quality samplers.
Environmental effects of coal mining around the world discussed in lecture, film
At the center of the debate is the question: How are we going to get to the middle of this century?
Start a social network in your backyard.
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
Whether you believe that global warming is a myth or believe that America needs to invest in clean energy, at the end of the day we can both agree that planting a garden to help sustain lower-income communities is a positive action.
Kentucky Waterways Alliance is not only working to protect and restore Kentucky's waterways, but they are also hosting the 3rd annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival this Saturday, March 5th at the Clifton Center.
Noted wildlife biologist to discuss climate change, Arctic animals’ survival
Passionist Center offers two courses starting January 17
Free lecture, one-day conference celebrate writer’s ecological thought and relationship with Dorothy Day
Environmental activist’s lecture is free and open to the public
Local contaminated sites, action options examined