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Sustainability Posts

Heavy usage, pedestrian traffic, and large mowing equipment compact soils and inhibit the exchange of air, water, and nutrients. Some soils, like the heavy clay found in Lexington and Louisville, compact more easily than others. This inhibits a...

Corporate sustainability plans are inspiring. They often include initiatives like harnessing the power of the sun, harvesting rainwater, and installing a green roof. These initiatives are exciting but often overshadow an affordable, sustainable...

Commercial real estate managers spend a lot of time doing cost benefit analysis. How can investing now reduce future expense? Decisions often boil down to the price of the investment relative to its savings potential. Rarely do opportunities come...

Two reports published last month evoke both frightening alarm and a glimmer of hope. The first report, released by the  United NationsIntergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, found that one million...

May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and observed in communities all across the country. For the past 63 years National Bike Month has showcased the many benefits of bicycling — and encouraged more folks to...

If you spend most days in Lexington, almost all of the plants you see were planted by landscapers or homeowners (that nasty free-seeding honeysuckle and our remarkable pre-settlement oaks and ashes excepted). The trees, lawns, and hedges might...

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