Live Green Lexington has hidden 12 geocaches around the city. Each cache represents a theme about water quality. You will have the chance to learn more about stormwater, pollinator gardens, Reforest the Bluegrass, and the Citizens’ Environmental Academy. Ready to learn more about the ways we keep our water clean and healthy?
Each hidden cache contains a unique token that you can take and keep. Collect all 12, and you can win a prize. Email us at LiveGreen@LexingtonKY.gov once you find them all.
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Pervious Pavers aren't just bricks! This business received a Stormwater Quality Projects Incentive Grant from the city of Lexington to install pervious pavers in their parking lot. Pervious pavers are an alternative to asphalt and concrete. They are used in combination with different materials, such as gravel or limestone to allow rain to drain in a more natural way. These are also beneficial for filtering out contaminants from urban run-off as it soaks under the bricks instead of running in our streets or streams. These pavers also help with erosion control, and do not require specialty equipment. This alternative is a great way to reduce the carbon footprint by utilizing recycled materials and an easy way to help with water management.
Permission to hide on landowner's property.