Development can take a toll on the natural environment by creating a major issue: storm water runoff.
An occasional flood is good for overall stream health and biodiversity, but regular torrents of stormwater coming from surfaces like roads, roofs and parking lots damage our local creeks.
the Division of Oil and Gas (DOG) had identified and overseen the plugging of 18 wells on a wildlife area that had been closed to the public.
Due to this, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will soon make available for public recreation more than 500 acres in the Rockcastle River Wildlife Management Area (WMA).
The holidays are about spending time with friends and family, giving thanks, and wrapping up the year. Unfortunately, many common holiday traditions have the potential to increase the amount of pollution we release into the environment.
To reduce your impact this holiday season, implement all or a few of the following suggestions.