The CATchment Rain Garden: A Living Learning Lab

A Living Learning Lab

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The CATchment rain garden, located behind the Gluck Equine Research Center, is a living learning laboratory for sustainable stormwater management. A dedicated advisory group of University of Kentucky faculty and staff, representing both academic and administrative departments, oversees the management, maintenance, and use of the garden. Join us for one or more of our service learning events this fall. Refreshments will be provided!

  • Friday, September 20th from 3-6 PM
  • Saturday, September 21st from 11 AM- 2 PM
  • Friday, November 1st from 1:30-4:30 PM

Support for this series is provided by the Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability and the Environment, the College of Agriculture, Food and the Environment and the Office of Facilities Management.

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The CATchment rain garden was established in 2014 with funding provided by an LFUCG storm water grant, the Student Sustainability Council and Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability and the Environment.  If you are leading a volunteer group or are an academic user please use the form below  to compile usage data.

This information is for the use of the CATchment Committee to assess how and with what frequency the CATchment is being utilized as a living laboratory.  If you have any specific interests or suggestions, please include them in the comments section.
Demographics
purpose
Purpose of your visit
Please indicate if your visit is primarily oriented to education/outreach (informing through lecture or tour) or research/education (informing through data collection, data assessments, or demonstrations).
If sampling, please provide a brief sampling protocol (type of samples to be collected, instrumentation to be used, duration and frequency of sampling (single or multiple event), area impacted).
If instrumentation will need to be installed, please indicate where and how long it will be in place.