Nominations are now being accepted for Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program Class XI, a two-year program for ag producers and agribusiness people.
UKAg alumni will shine during this year's Run for the Roses.
A UKAg student is among the three award winners.
UK Cooperative Extension in Larue County is one of the community partners for a support group that helps families and individuals dealing with dementia and Alzheimer's.
UKAg student Charolotte Bowman Mayer was featured in a story about families that make up the UK community.
The commonwealth’s best were celebrated in the Capitol Rotunda with an awards ceremony recognizing outstanding small businesses and small-business people.
Certificate program will prepare students for careers in a growing economic sector.
The grant will allow UKAg researchers to teach life skills to homeless young people.
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