Bluegrass Greensource is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing environmental resources and information to schools, community groups, local governments and citizens in Central Kentucky.
Since the organization was founded in 2001, it has continually pursued its mission by providing outreach programs that focus on household hazardous waste, rain barrels, environmentally-friendly lawn care, waste reduction, rain gardens, energy efficiency and more.
Bluegrass Greensource has fostered recycling and water quality initiatives in more than 300 businesses, over 70 schools and more than 50 apartment complexes in Lexington.
For more information on Bluegrass Greensource please visit: http://www.bggreensource.org
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Kris Kimel of Kentucky Space is President and a founder of the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, a non-profit company with an international reputation for designing and implementing innovative and broad-scale initiatives and programs. Over the 20 year life of KSTC dozens of initiatives have been funded by diverse supporters representing corporations, private foundations, and local, state and federal governments.
Kris is widely recognized as an expert in the field of science and technology policy, programs and entrepreneurship having presented on these topics at numerous national and international conferences in addition to being the founder of the international IdeaFestival. Some would say his head is above the clouds hence his role as a leader behind the vision and implementation of Kentucky Space LLC, a new nonprofit enterprise focused on R&D, education and entrepreneurial space solutions.
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