News Archive: Environment
NSF-funded honey bee research explores lifelong social impacts
Research Communications and Danielle Donham
Published on Aug. 11, 2022
UK students help people of Ecuador obtain clean water
Published on Aug. 4, 2022
In Ecuador, the Tsáchila people have long endured myriad health problems, all linked to contaminated water. University of Kentucky professor Wayne Sanderson and a group of students from the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment may have found a likely solution to the dilemma.
Landscape architecture students explore Pacific Northwest for design inspiration
Published on Jul. 14, 2022
UK helps forest managers battle climate change
Published on Jun. 21, 2022
Improving ecosystems’ response to climate change presents a major challenge to the state’s natural resource managers and landowners.
UK student studies health of Antarctica insect
Published on Jun. 14, 2022
Jack Devlin is studying one of the few insects that can survive the harsh climates of Antarctica.
UK researcher earns national recognition for innovative soil research
Published on May. 23, 2022
Hanna Poffenbarger centers her professional work around soil management for climate-friendly agriculture. The Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research recently rewarded Poffenbarger for her work improving soil quality.
UK grad turns attention toward conservation
Published on May. 5, 2022
Clay Turner knew that one day, unless something radically changed, his kids would be forced to grow up in a world battered by climate change.
UK James B. Beam Institute offers industry-first whiskey workforce apprenticeship program
Published on Mar. 16, 2022