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Cheryl Eakle, University of Louisville

​Identify energy efficiencies and source of waste or pollution at sporting venues.

Emily Ohde, Division of Compliance Assistance

​Learn what projects or activities may require a permit from Department for Environmental Protection.

John Eisiminger, KY EXCEL, DCA

​Reaching the users of sporting venues and engaging them in green practices - employees, students, and fans.

John Eisiminger, KY EXCEL, DCA

​The tools available to help identifiy and decrease sources of contamination and waste at sporting venues.

Derek Bozzell, Division of Compliance Assistance

​Minimizing costs and expenditures for facilities using green practices and performance contracting.

Jason Nally, Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources

​Natives are more drought resistent, promote pollinators, and minimize pesticide and fertilizer use in landscaping.

John Eisiminger, KY EXCEL, DCA

​An overview of what some sporting venues have implemented and achieved in going green.

Jim Calhoun and Laura Norris, Division of Water

​Ways to decrease water usage - from the sports field to guest services.