May 2014 Newsletter
Take Your Family Out to the Ballgame and Support Bluegrass Greensource
Bluegrass Greensource will be featured as Lexington Legends’ Community Organization of the Night on Friday, May 23rd. Call or stop by our office to pick up your tickets for the game for just $8 each ($2 off face value), and show your support for environmental education in Central Kentucky!
Over 60 Lexington Schools Recognized for Sustainability Efforts
Bluegrass Greensource joined forces with the Bluegrass Youth Sustainability Council, LFUCG, Kentucky Green and Healthy Schools, and the National Energy Education Development project (NEED) to award Fayette County Schools for their efforts in recycling, water quality improvement, and energy conservation. Continue reading…
Save the Date: Roll Out the Rain Barrels Reception
Bluegrass Greensource will host its 11th Annual Roll Out the Rain Barrels Reception from 5 – 8 PM on Friday, June 20th at the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion in downtown Lexington. Learn more and vote for your favorite artistic rain barrel here.
Water Week Activities to be Held June 3rd-6th
Grab your goggles, LiveGreenLexington Partners, because we’re diving into Water Week! Water Week activities will provide opportunities to learn more about reducing your business’ impact on water quality, and to earn extra credit toward the LiveGreenLexington Games! Learn more about Water Week.
Spaces still available for Bourbon County Rain Barrel Workshops
We still have a few spaces available for our rain barrel workshops this weekend at the Bourbon County YMCA! Join us on Saturday, May 17th at 9:00 AM or 11:00 AM to make your own rain barrel for just $10. Workshops are sponsored by Kentucky American Water.
Over 400 Volunteers Participate in First Annual Main Street Clean Sweep
On April 22nd, city employees, small business owners, and concerned citizens from seven communities across the Bluegrass region came together to clean up nearly 300 bags of trash and recyclables from their main street corridors! Find out who participated in your community.
2014 Downtown Trash Bash a Success
Over 100 volunteers from downtown Lexington neighborhoods and businesses joined us for the Downtown Trash Bash on April 18th. Continue reading…