Bowling Green Independent School District Rain Barrel Workshop
|Author: Patricia Sowell|
Date: Friday, April 6th, 2012
To view pictures of workshop click here.
A team from the CEES facilitated a rain barrel workshop for 15 families from Dishman-McGinnis Elementary School. Bowling Green Independent School District sponsored the supplies needed for the families to construct the rain barrel to take home with them to use in their yards.
Also, at the workshop, Principle Mike Wixs, explained to the families about the new school that is going to replace the old LC Curry building.
Julie Brown, from UK Extension Office, gave gardening tips and did a seed activity with the families. they also planted tomato plants to take home and grow.
Director of Habitat for FHumanity, Rodney Goodman, explained the new development at Durbin Street. The project is a statewide demonstration for developing a mixed income, mixed use green affordable housing neighborhood. Important goals of the project included education, professional training, community outreach, and potentially impacting policy revisions. Durbin Estate will eventually comprise up to 49 housing units, a community center, outdoor amphitheater, walking trails, community gardens, rain gardens, edible landscaping, native species plantings, and increased tree cover.
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