UK architecture student Ian Pangburn submitted a rendering of what a 200-foot-tall vertical greenhouse would look like in West Liberty. The view is looking east across the Licking River — which would irrigate the tower — toward downtown.
UK architecture student Ian Pangburn submitted a rendering of what a 200-foot-tall vertical greenhouse would look like in West Liberty. The view is looking east across the Licking River — which would irrigate the tower — toward downtown. Rendering provided
UK architecture student Ian Pangburn submitted a rendering of what a 200-foot-tall vertical greenhouse would look like in West Liberty. The view is looking east across the Licking River — which would irrigate the tower — toward downtown. Rendering provided

University of Kentucky student's proposal for 'food tower' creates buzz in tornado-ravaged West Liberty

May 17, 2015 05:19 PM

More Videos

  • Bevin takes aim at Lexington and Louisville school leaders in budget speech

    Gov. Matt Bevin told lawmakers on Jan. 16, 2018, that school districts in Kentucky, and especially in Louisville and Lexington, need to cut administrative overhead.