Conserving nature to ensure Kentuckians have clean air and water, healthy soils and open spaces to enjoy forever.
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Believe it or not, snowy landscapes will soon make way for colorful wildflowers. We are already making plans to capture their beauty.
Our new Director of Urban Conservation, Chris Chandler, is committed to expanding our work into Kentucky's cities to benefit people and nature.
Our Western Kentucky Project Director, Shelly Morris, puts pen to paper as the Kentucky Prescribed Fire Council's Chairman to promote fire as an important conservation tool.
Left unchecked, non-native plants, trees and pests can push out native species and cause ecological chaos. This slideshow features some of Kentucky's least desirable non-native, invasive species.
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!
- February 02, 2015
- The Conservancy expands its work into Louisville with a new Director of Urban Conservation.
- January 19, 2015
- Leadership Louisville Program chooses Kentucky Director of Philanthropy as a member of its 2015 Bingham Fellows class.
- November 03, 2014
- The Nature Conservancy and Woodford Reserve Distillery partner on a groundbreaking restoration project.