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CANE RUN WATERSHED…The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and the state’s Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet have teamed up to improve the Cane Run watershed in central Kentucky, thanks to two grants from the EPPC totaling $1.8 million dollars to fund the project.

FRENCH DELEGATION VISITS MAINE CHANCE FARM…A French delegation vying for the 2014 World Equestrian Games visited central Kentucky recently and toured UK’s new equine research campus at Maine Chance Farm.  College of Agriculture officials and French delegates signed a letter of intent for collaboration on an equine industry economic cluster.

SEE BLUE TOUR….UK’s See Blue Tour kicked off from campus as President Lee T. Todd along with faculty and staff, are crisscrossing the Commonwealth delivering a message about what Kentucky's flagship institution is doing to make our homes and our communities even better places.

MAKING FARMING TOOLS OF THE PAST, NEW AGAINUK’s Sustainable Agriculture Program is turning to the tools of the past for farming’s future at UK’s Horticulture Research Farm in Lexington.

BOYD COUNTY EXTENSION HELPING FEED HUNGRY...It all began last year with donations of fresh produce from the Boyd County Farmers’ Market.  Now that has gone a step further with donations from the county fair’s livestock auction.

GRANT COUNTY 4-H VIDEO PROJECTGrant County 4-Hers are showing others just how to “survive” 4-H using the Survivor television show theme.  They have also enlisted the help of former Survivor contestant and Grant County native Rodger Bingham.

THIRD THURSDAY THING TURNS TENKentucky State University’s successful sustainable agriculture program called the Third Thursday Thing celebrated its tenth anniversary in September at KSU’s demonstration farm.

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