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Photos: Tour of WKU/Habitat project

Officials from WKU, Habitat for Habitat and other groups received an update June 30 on the Durbin Project, a green housing community being developed in Bowling Green. Rodney Goodman, executive director of Bowling Green-Warren County Habitat for Humanity, led a tour at the Durbin Estates site off Glen Lily Road. The event also included a project overview and panel discussion at the WKU Faculty House. The statewide demonstration project is initially funded by the Kentucky Division of Water through a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency and is administered by WKU’s Center for Environmental Education and Sustainability. WKU is working with the Bowling Green-Warren County Habitat for Humanity, Kentucky Habitat for Humanity and several partners on the project. Check out the Durbin Estates concept map (WKU photos by Bryan Lemon)

 

 

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