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Food. Music. Nature. That’s what is in store on April 22nd for The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky’s Earth Day celebration. Come and join us for lunch!
This slideshow captures a few snapshots from the productive and collaborative gathering of stakeholders having an interest in the Green River’s long-term health. The event generated ideas and relationships certain to benefit people and wildlife throughout the watershed.
In March, the Conservancy’s Kentucky’s Director of Philanthropy, Cadell Walker, enjoyed an opportunity of a lifetime – witnessing the annual Sandhill Crane migration at Nebraska’s Platte River. She captures the experience in the latest edition of our blog.
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.
Our LEAF interns encountered bee hives and bat boxes instead of buildings and cubicles during their visit to Toyota Motors' manufacturing plant in Georgetown. Check it out!
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!