With the assistance of landscape architects at M2D Design Group, the UK Cooperative Extension Service-KY Division of Conservation has developed a landscaping plan for the streams at the Kentucky Horse Park. Installation of streamside vegetation presents wonderful legacy opportunities at the Kentucky Horse Park. This project will establish trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that are Kentucky native, with plantings beginning in April and May 2010. The Cane Run watershed will see tremendous benefit from these features, such as reduced erosion on streambanks, pollution prevention from parking lot runoff, and enhanced stream habitat.
This Best Management Practice (BMP) in the Cane Run watershed will have high visibility, community participation, and a large educational audience. This BMP will be installed almost entirely by volunteers. Through the installation process, volunteers will learn more about watershed stewardship and riparian buffers as they help plant Kentucky native gra
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