Conserving nature to ensure Kentuckians have clean air and water, healthy soils and open spaces to enjoy forever.
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Does winter have you dreaming of warmer weather? Why not sign up for a spring wildflower hike, a volunteer day or a chance to learn about the geology of the Kentucky Palisades?
A native of Florida, Alan Monroe grew up exploring much of the southeast United States. Now he plays a role in protecting these iconic landscapes as the newest member of our philanthropy team.
Our Western Kentucky Project Manager, Shelly Morris, speaks to the loss of wetlands in our state and the reasons why we want to bring them back.
Late fall and early winter provides opportunities for catching a glimpse of some spectacular birds!
Trees clean the air in Kentucky's largest city.
The Forecastle Festival ignited our excitement for this new partnership aimed at ensuring the planet remains "naturally awesome" for future generations.
Planting trees is helping the city.
This video montage reflects upon our Chapter's first four decades of conserving Kentucky nature.
Louisville students dedicate a day to the environment.
- October 14, 2015
- First Ever Report Card for Mississippi River Released
- October 05, 2015
- Cathy Galante Promoted to Become Director of Philanthropy in Kentucky