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University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service will offer a forestry webinar series on select evenings from Oct. 20 through Dec. 1. The series is designed primarily for woodland owners, but anyone interested in woodland, timber and wildlife topics is welcome to participate.

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Kentucky is rich. It has more miles of streams and rivers than any other state except Alaska. Forests cover 50 percent of the state. And once upon a time, the savanna in the central part fed wildlife and humans with its lush biodiversity. This year’s Kentucky Botanical Symposium, Oct. 9-10 on the University of Kentucky campus, will celebrate that richness with an exploration of habitat restoration efforts and ecosystem research.

Donate your blue for a good cause. Members of the UK Retailing and Tourism Management Club are collecting used denim to benefit families in need of housing.

Therapy and solace can be found in a small, special spot that seems to grow hope no matter what the challenge—The Grow Again Garden.

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