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Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) is a nationally and internationally used environmental education curriculum. Its interdisciplinary, hands-on activities are designed to provide educators with ways to engage learners in the many aspects of water in the environment.

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When University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment specialists show up at the front door, easels and flyers in hand, it’s obvious they’re serious about their subject matter and they’re happy to share their knowledge with the neighborhood. A new UK Cooperative Extension Service program, No P On My Lawn, takes information directly to neighborhoods in Fayette County and surrounding counties to teach the risks of using too much phosphorus on lawns.

The Kentucky Wood Expo returns to Lexington Sept. 15, 16, and UK Cooperative Extension  will have a big hand in two days of educational and fun activities for the entire family.

Owners of small, backyard woods who wish to learn more about keeping their landscapes healthy will get many of their questions answered by UK specialists Sept. 16.

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