GS&P’s Louis Johnson Talks Opportunity of Ohio River in Louisville Courier-Journal

Article Highlights Opportunities to Enact Positive Change

September 20, 2017   |   Louisville,  Ky.   |   In The Media

In a recent article for the Louisville Courier-Journal, GS&P Landscape Architect Louis Johnson, PLA, ASLA, discusses the city’s relationship with the Ohio River. In his article, Johnson focuses on the waterway as an economic, cultural, historical and environmental resource, arguing that the city should take advantage of the river’s many benefits. 

“I believe the Ohio River is Louisville’s most underutilized natural resource,” commented Johnson. “By educating the community about the benefits of the river and working to improve its condition, Louisville can truly be place that prioritizes sustainability, economic prosperity and overall quality of life.”
 
View the full article, entitled “The Ohio River Needs Attention to Make it Great for Louisville”, online here

“I believe the Ohio River is Louisville’s most underutilized natural resource. By educating the community about the benefits of the river and working to improve its condition, Louisville can truly be place that prioritizes sustainability, economic prosperity and overall quality of life.”

Louis Johnson, PLA, ASLA
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