Kentucky rain is just a part of life in the Bluegrass and it makes our region such a beautiful place to live, work, and play. Hopefully, the rains diminish soon and our true Summer emerges so we can enjoy the landscape of pure Kentucky.
Water quality varies across the country due to many factors. Variations in the water supply are primarily found in the mineral content and suspended particles that differ from one water source to another.
What percentage of the United States do you think is inland freshwater? According to the United States Geological Survey, excluding the Great Lakes, about 2.2% or 78,000 out of 3.5 million square miles of the U.S. is made up of inland water.
It is said “Water is Life”, yet like the air we breathe we typically take fresh water for granted. On a recent trip to Texas for our annual FEDA convention I was somewhat disappointed to land in overcast skies and cool rainy conditions much like the weather I had left in Louisville.
It’s Derby season around the Louisville Area and you can feel the energy building with much anticipation for “The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports™”. Whatever your taste, whatever your delight, there is something magical about our town during Derby Season.
“If you have time to lean, you have time to clean.” This saying is a staple mantra in the foodservice industry. What can be so perplexing to anyone involved in with food safety and facility cleanliness is what if there is no “lean” time?