Photo courtesy of: Philip Pietrowski
Photo courtesy of: Philip Pietrowski Photo courtesy of: Philip Pietrowski Photo courtesy of: Philip Pietrowski
Empowering the Bluegrass to Create a Clean, Healthy, and Sustainable Environment

Our Mission

Bluegrass Greensource provides environmental education, resources and outreach that inspires, equips and empowers Central Kentuckians with knowledge and tools to help ensure clean, healthy and enjoyable environments for future generations.

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Bluegrass Greensource offers a wide range of resources, education, and events for central Kentucky...

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Upcoming Events

Monarch Tagging at Lower Howard’s Creek

Join The Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves and Bluegrass Greensource at Lower Howard’s Creek Nature and Heritage Preserve in Clark County to help us catch, tag, and release Monarch Butterflies, while also learning about why it’s done, why it’s essential, and interact with some spectacular creatures while getting a look into the world of ecology…

Ecosystem Discoveries for Young Learners (Tree Week 2022)

Join us to learn about the animals that rely on healthy trees and healthy water. Young learners, ages 3 – 8, and their families will enjoy a story walk of “Over and Under the Pond” by Kate Messner followed by exploration of freshwater animal replicas and artifacts.

Wonders of Wind: STEM-Based Preschool Curriculum Training

In this hands-on curriculum training, participants will engage in wind energy learning experiences for preschool-aged students. Teachers will experience and discuss explorations around wind, even making their own mini wind tunnels and windy weather stations! Participants will receive 2 hours ECE-TRIS credit, their own Junior Energy Explorers wind activity guide, materials to support energy education…

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66905

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FIELD TRIPS

3991

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104097

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