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Two decades of progress

By Herb Petitjean Division of Compliance Assistance All things change over time. Back in the 1990s, presentations were commonly printed on transparent sheets of plastic and projected using an overhead projector. Now, presentations are stored on a thumb drive or in “the cloud” and displayed using a projector […]

Q&A Renewable energy- wind

Options for Kentucky’s energy independence As part of an ongoing series of articles on renewable energy, Land, Air, and Water staff sits down with Assistance Director of Renewable Energy for a one to one discussion on Kentucky’s renewable energy landscape. In this issue, Kenya Stump discusses the power […]

The sugar maple

Seedling nurseries:  growing trees for healthy and productive forests While commercially planted for its delicious syrup and value as lumber, the sugar maple tree makes a great addition to any yard or park. And one of its most prominent features is amazing fall color. As the seasons change, […]