stormwater http://wfpl.org en Clarksville's Plan to Address Flooding Meets Resistance From Some Residents http://wfpl.org/post/clarksvilles-plan-address-flooding-meets-resistance-some-residents <p>If you look at Ray Lawrence Park in Clarksville on a map, you can see why there might be an issue with flooding. The park is nine acres of green next to a residential neighborhood. But directly to the northwest is acres and acres of gray: Clarksville’s big box stores, auto dealerships and a mall—and the accompanying swaths of paved parking lots.</p> Mon, 21 Jul 2014 11:30:00 +0000 Erica Peterson 9812 at http://wfpl.org Clarksville's Plan to Address Flooding Meets Resistance From Some Residents U of L Conference Outlines Possibilities, Existing Barriers to Green Infrastructure http://wfpl.org/post/u-l-conference-outlines-possibilities-existing-barriers-green-infrastructure <p>There are already a number of green infrastructure projects underway in Louisville—green roofs, rain gardens, pervious parking lots, to name a few. But experts say there’s still a lot of untapped potential. A <a href="http://louisville.edu/kiesd/special-events/advancing-green-infrastructure-in-louisville.html" target="_blank">conference today</a> at the University of Louisville looked at those projects and discussed how to expand the efforts.</p> Thu, 13 Sep 2012 20:36:41 +0000 Erica Peterson 1653 at http://wfpl.org U of L Conference Outlines Possibilities, Existing Barriers to Green Infrastructure