By Robin Hartman Larry Caudill thought this weekend’s men’s basketball league would be just like most of the others he’s attended and officiated – a fun community event, with a few jokes and some sideline comments. But things turned serious when his friend Rick Wooton suddenly asked for help to stand. “I turned around and […]
Nature-Based Solutions in Kentucky: New Ways to Keep Water and Nutrients on our Farms, in our Gardens, and off our Streets
Read more about how Kentuckians can protect downstream neighbors and wildlife by using innovative natural approaches to mitigate floods and prevent erosion.
Prompted by the projected population growth in Warren County and Bowling Green, and the potential for limited water supplies, the Kentucky Division of Water (DOW) and Bowling Green Municipal Utilities (BGMU) have carried out a plan to provide a more reliable water supply to accommodate growth while balancing competing uses and water quality standards.