There has been talk of building a new bridge connecting Louisville, KY to southern IN for decades. Long overdue but never too late. Governor Beshear believes that real and lasting partnerships provide the most successful path to accomplishing one’s goals. The Ohio River Bridges project shows that sometimes it really is about “building bridges”. Steve… Read More »
Now is a good time to gather seeds from trees. It takes time and patience to grow trees from seed but it can also be very rewarding. Some will require one or more process to prepare for germination. Cold and/or warm stratification and scarification are sometimes required before seeds will germinate.
Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 AM on Sunday, November 3 2013. Daylight savings time doesn’t save daylight or anything else for that matter. One of those goofy things that will continue for no reason other than tradition. I guess if congress wasn’t so busy doing nothing they could put an end to it. I… Read More »
places to visit in Kentucky Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park John James Audubon Recreation Park Mammoth Cave National Park Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest Lake Cumberland State Resort Park Big Bone Lick Recreation Park Cumberland Falls State Resort Park Natural Bridge State Resort Park Carter Caves State Resort Park Jenny Wiley State Resort Park Greenbo… Read More »
Here is the short list of what to plant in the fall in planting zone 6: Garlic, Herbs, Lettuce, Radishes, & Carrots.
This is our first post. More information will be added soon. Kentucky Proud As a consumer, you face the challenge of making smart food choices for you and your family. Did you know the average meal travels 1,500 miles from the farm to your plate, resulting in lost nutritional value and taste every mile of the… Read More »