University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Welcome to where the college comes for environmental programs outreach services. 



On-going Events

CAFE Seminar Series
Sustainability Awards
Sustainable Agriculture & Food System's
     First Friday


Favorite Links

College of Agriculture:
    The Climate Change Working Group
    The Invasive Species Working Group
   Sustainable Agriculture Working Group




Current Programs & Events


EPA Release EnviroAtlas Ecosystem Mapping Tool

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently released EnviroAtlas, a web-based interactive tool that integrates over 300 separate data layers, helps decision makers understand the implications of planning and policy decisions on our fragile ecosystems and the communities who depend on goods and services from these ecosystems. EnviroAtlas is designed for people from all levels of government, professionals, researchers, educators, non-governmental organizations, and anyone interested in considering the benefits or impacts of a decision, such as siting a new road or city park.

Read More Here

Visit the EnviroAtlas main Page


Connecting Water and the Arts

The Spring edition of the BAE Connections publication has a feature by Dr. Carmen Agouridis on the Art work produced by students at Winburn Middle School and Bryan Station High School. Students were asked to submit a small writing piece and a photo to illustrate important features in the Cane Run Watershed and how they are connected to the area. 

Read the Article Here

Learn More about the Cane Run Project Here



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Research Spotlight: Subba Reddy Palli

Professor Palli is an entomologist in the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, and was recently named a fellow of the Entomological Society of America. This distinction is made by Society members on peers who have made outstanding contributions to teaching, research, extension, and/or administration. Professor Palli is known for his work on RNA interference technology to kill insect pests and fight resistance to insecticides; particularly in bed bugs and beetles. Read more here.