We're a friendly city, but are we eco-friendly?
If you haven't checked out Good Garbage and its reuse workshops, classes and shop, Small Business Saturday might be the perfect time. You never know what you will find to spark creativity.
Are recyled items blowing across your yard? Overflowing your tiny orange bin? Do yourself a favor and invest in a 95-gallon cart.
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?
According to the EPA, 68% of people are storing electronic junk in their homes. Bluegrass E-cycle helps people keep electronic waste out of the landfills and can destroy hard drives.
Enchanted Arts Open Studio...It's Your Time to Create!
Louisville Mega Caverns offer several types of tours with great family fun appeal and informational value for varying levels of physical ability - including the only underground zip line in the world.
Next year we need more recycling bins, more biodegradable food and beverage containers, and more effort from the patrons at Forecastle Festival
Garbage and recycling collection, snow plowing all get a big FAIL