News Archive: Environment
Unlock the potential of your woodlands with the Kentucky Woodland Owners Short Course
Published on May. 30, 2023
UK's course offers numerous opportunities for woodland owners and those with an interest in the state’s woodlands, wildlife and natural resources.
Historic $100-million gift will catapult UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Published on May. 25, 2023
Gatton’s impact on the University of Kentucky exceeds $180 million. He is the university’s single largest donor.
UK, USDA break ground on new forage research building
Published on May. 23, 2023
The new facility housing the Forage-Animal Production Research Unit is targeted for completion in 2026
USDA Innovation Grant bale grazing study yielding positive results in Kentucky
Published on May. 19, 2023
"Bale grazing is a winter-feeding method where we set bales out directly on pasture and feed in a planned, controlled manner." Greg Halich
UK helping bring environmental justice to underserved communities
Published on May. 11, 2023
The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment recently joined forces with seven other universities across the Southeast in a quest to advance environmental justice.
Kentucky professor collaborates with U.S. consulate general to mitigate Australian climate change
Published on Apr. 26, 2023
Two University of Kentucky alumni are making a difference Down Under by promoting ecological restoration.
University of Kentucky Arbor Day event inspires planting native trees and environmental conservation
Published on Apr. 20, 2023
The University of Kentucky Department of Forestry and Natural Resources and the Kentucky Division of Forestry celebrated Arbor Day this year at the university’s Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability in Breathitt County.
UK helps revive state’s critical white oak trees
Published on Apr. 10, 2023
Inside the Blue Grass Army Depot, volunteers are helping restore woodlands.
Conservation takes center stage in UK spring workshops
Published on Mar. 27, 2023
Farmers and landowners can use conservation practices to manage their land to reduce nutrient waterway pollution.
Discover Kentucky’s natural world through UK Master Naturalist Program
Published on Mar. 24, 2023
Open to anyone interested in nature and the environment, the Master Naturalist program provides participants with a deep understanding of Kentucky’s natural resources and the skills and knowledge necessary to protect and conserve them.