October Newsletter 2014
Walmart Grant Provides $50,000 for Waste Reduction Education
At a recent press event, Walmart awarded Bluegrass Greensource a $50,000 grant for waste reduction and recycling education in Boyle, Clark, and Madison County schools. Learn more.
Last Chance to Apply for Waste Reduction Grants for Boyle, Clark, and Madison County Schools
As part of the Walmart Wastebuster Program, Bluegrass Greensource is offering $500 grants for recycling and waste reduction projects to K-12 schools in Boyle, Clark, and Madison Counties. Applications can be found here and are due Friday, October 17th.
Greensource Welcomes New Environmental Educator
Bluegrass Greensource is proud to welcome Emily Casey to our team! Learn more about our newest Environmental Educator here.
Butt, They Decompose. Right?
Cigarette butts are a major litter problem in Kentucky! Bluegrass Greensource is designing a campaign to address cigarette butt litter in Lexington and we’d like to hear your ideas! Click here for more info and submit your suggestions to Lisa@bgGreensource.org.
First Green Business Tour a Success
On September 26th, Central Kentucky educators took part in the first ever Green Business Tour. Find out which businesses participated and what educators said about the experience here.
Greensource to Co-Host Sustainability Summit
Bluegrass Greensource and Bluegrass Tomorrow have teamed up to host the first-ever Bluegrass Forever Green Sustainability Summit will be held on October 30th. The goal of the summit is to bring leaders from throughout the region together to share information and best practices, as well as to discuss ways to find regional support and solutions for green initiatives. Click here for more information!