Conserving nature to ensure Kentuckians have clean air and water, healthy soils and open spaces to enjoy forever.
See how you help to advance our mission in the Kentucky Field Notes newsletter.
We have been given the green light to use prescribed burning to restore fire-dependent habitat critical for the rattlesnake-master borer moth and other important pollinators.
Our new Director of Conservation comes from Kentucky's Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources where she worked to ensure that good science drives conservation around the state.
We are going deep in key conservation areas. See how we are doing this in the Green River watershed.
Here are 13 reasons why your support is critical to achieving The Nature Conservancy's mission in Kentucky.
See some of the spectacular birds you might see at our nature preserves this spring!
Trees clean the air in Kentucky's largest city.
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.
- August 05, 2016
- Land purchases to help bats in Eastern Ky.
- July 14, 2016
- Students from Louisville's Fern Creek High School make news in Colorado.
- July 05, 2016
- The "Nature's Road Trip" includes a stop in Kentucky.
- May 25, 2016
- The Nature Conservancy Congratulates Louisville, Kentucky, on Being Named to the 100 Resilient Cities Network