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Current Programs & Events
NoLi Night Market
The North Limestone Community Development Corp. (NoLi CDC) is having a "pop-up" maket on Bryan Avenue Between Limestone and Loudon Ave. This event is free and open to the public, and will feature music, street vendors, and an interactive watershed experience. Please see the flyer to the left for more information, or contact Amanda Gumbert at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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.
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.
Learn More about the Cane Run Project Here
Goodwill offers FREE recycling of computer and electronic equipment at any Goodwill in the United States. To find a Goodwill location near you, click here...
Research Spotlight: John Obrycki
John Obrycki is the Chair for the University of Kentucky Department of Entomology, and was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The AAAS is the world's largest general scientific organization and is dedicated to advance science in order to benefit all people. Obrycki was nominated for his work with ecological effects of transgenic crops on biological predators and his studies on predatory insects and their roles in biological control.
Obrycki was nominated as fellow by Dr. Joy Bergelson, Chair of the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago. Obrycki is the 18th fellow from Kentucky, and the third UK Entomologist. The award will be presented in February at the AAAS's annual meeting. Click here for the full article...