Roundstone Native Seed, LLC spreads Seed to Cover the Basin
|Author: Patricia Sowell|
Date: Friday, July 19th, 2013
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Mark Sidebottom drilled the holes and set seed for the 1.5 acres around the bio-retention basin. The grass roots will help hold soil and prevent soil erosion. The special mixture of grasses will bloom at different times through the spring and provide a rainbow of colors throughout the fall. For more information about the seed planting day, click here.
Development of a "Disconnected Classroom" started October 18, 2013, in Warren County, KY, with installing a vernal pond to provide real-life experiences with scientific material through discovery learning.
Phase 2a for the initial road and utility infrastructure, including permeable parking and a road-length bioswale designed to help with stormwater management, was completed in fall, 2013, using EPA 319(h) funds from the KY Division of Water.
This NASA-funded project will implement an innovative collaborative project that addresses the need to increase the number of qualified science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educators.
The season of Fall welcomes Potter-Gray Elementary School to Trammel Creek in Alvaton, KY to learn about water quality testing.
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