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David Phemister, who previously worked in land protection and government relations in the Conservancy’s Virginia Chapter, has hit the ground running as the Kentucky Chapter's new state director.
We’re hosting a workshop as part of the annual IdeaFestival® held in Louisville on October 3rd. Join global thinkers and one-of-a-kind innovators interested in shaping the future of conservation in Kentucky.
One night in August while the rest of us slept, our staff and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partners got to work capturing and studying bats inhabiting the Green River watershed. See what they learned in the most recent issue of the Kentucky Nature blog.
See a slideshow illustrating the array of wildflowers blanketing many parts of Kentucky during the Spring and Summer months.
Why would we acquire 4,241 acres connecting Western Kentucky's big rivers (the largest land acquisition during The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky’s 38-year history)? This slideshow tells the story.
There is never a "bad time" to pay a visit to the Kentucky River Palisades and this slideshow proves it!
See the progress we're making thanks to the Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative (MRBI).
Get inspired by the Conservancy's largest land acquisition in Kentucky.
Take a tour, and then come visit in person!
- July 14, 2014
- The Nature Conservancy Hires New Kentucky State Director
- July 09, 2014
- Summer Means its Time to Clean the Green
- May 12, 2014
- Partnering for Trees in Louisville