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• Student Opportunity and Just Food Grants – We seek food systems-related proposals that advance undergraduate or graduate student research, innovation in instruction, experiential education or community engagement. Grants up to $5,000 per student or up to $10,000 for a grant benefiting multiple students electricity powerpoint template, are available. Operating costs, travel, equipment and student compensation may be awarded. Proposals must include a UK faculty or staff member as a project leader or co-leader. Click here for more information.

• UK Community Supported Agriculture registration – The 13th season for the UK CSA, is May 23-Oct. 17. Members receive 22 weeks of certified organic produce grown as part of the sustainable agriculture undergraduate program at the UK Horticulture Research Farm. Pick up shares Thursdays on campus by the Good Barn from 4-6 p.m. or at the farm from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Early-bird cost until March is $650 for staff/faculty, $584 for students. Secure electricity png your spot by registering today! Click here for more information and email UK CSA to register.

• Multiple Dates Feb.-July – Active Shooter Training, Gatton Student Center, 160 Avenue of Champions, Meeting Room 331. While the possibility of being involved in an active shooter incident on campus may be remote, the consequences can be catastrophic. Preparation is critical. The UK Police Department has specialized instructors who prepare students, faculty and staff to have a survival mindset. They further train the community in how law enforcement will respond to an active shooting e gaskell situation and describe the concerning pre-incident behaviors of potential active shooters. Click here for more information. Upcoming trainings: March 13, 12-1:30 p.m.; May 15, 6-7:30 p.m. and July 10, 12-1:30 p.m.

• March 1-2 – 2019 Organic Association of Kentucky Conference, Clarion Hotel and Conference Center gas stoichiometry worksheet answers – North, 1950 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY 40511. Attendees will enjoy two days of short courses, farm tours, film screenings, local and organic meals, trade show and networking. Student registration rates are available. For more information, click here.

• March 5, 16— Plant Families Series, 10-11 a.m., The Arboretum. March 5 – Plant Meat Eaters. Did you know that some plants eat meat? Join us to learn about the different types of carnivorous plants. March 16 – Follow the Tracks. Animals leave behind signs of where they have been. Learn how to spot them and identify the animal that left them. Recommended for families with children ages 5-10. $7 per family (up to three people), $2 for each additional person; preregistration required; limited to 30 participants. Visit The Arboretum website or contact Jackie Gallimore, 859-257-0339, for more information or to register.

• March 6, 7 – Film Screening of “Pathways to Living Sustainably with o gosh Trees.” The Urban Forest Initiative will host two screenings of the film: March 6, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Tates Creek High School Auditorium and March 7, 5-6 p.m., UK William T. Young Library Auditorium. Film themes include green infrastructure, trees and tree health, environmental education, and trees and human health and wellness. Between each film we will discuss how these ideas are or could be implemented where we live, work and play. Click here for more electricity 1 7 pdf information.

• March 14 – Film Screening of “Unlikely,” 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Seay Auditorium. The Center for Student Success is hosting this film screening. The documentary highlights the college dropout crisis by sharing stories of five resilient college students. A light lunch and open discussion will follow the screening. Click here to RSVP via Eventbrite.

• March 20 – Novel Tall Fescue Renovation Workshop, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CDT, Research and Education Center, Princeton. Toxic tall fescue reduces livestock weight gains and lowers reproductive performance. This one-day workshop will give gas unlimited houston texas you the tools and information needed to remove toxic tall fescue and replace it with novel tall fescue varieties. Topics include symptoms and causes of fescue toxicosis; economics, establishment and first-year management; seed testing; long-term pasture management; company products; incentives and a producer panel. Click here for more information.

• March 6, 13, 20, 27 – Little Sprouts at The Arboretum. Explore the wonder of nature through this unique preschool program. Each date will offer a session at 10-10:45 a.m. and another at 11-11:45 a.m. Preregistration is required for this unique series. Recommended for children ages 3 to 5. Cost is $3 per child per session. Click here to register or for more information.

• March 23 – Winter Tree ID Workshop, 1-3 p.m., The Arboretum gas zeta costa rica. Learn the basics of winter tree identification including tips and tricks to identify common Kentucky trees by silhouette, bark, bud and leaf scar. Presented by Arboretum curator Emily Ellingson and UK Herbarium curator Rob Paratley. Cost: $10. Preregistration is required. Click here for more information.

• April 23 – Horse Industry Summit, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Spindletop Hall. We welcome researchers and equestrians from around the world to attend this inaugural event. The event will feature a wide range of informative talks, discussions and networking opportunities with world-renowned experts, researchers gas and supply and horsemen and women with a focus on how to keep riders and handlers safe. Click here for more information and to register.