We're moving our headquarters to a new location at 114 Woodland Avenue in Lexington! Please contact our staff on their cell phones should you have immediate issues. And make sure to visit our Open House on May 22nd!
The Nature Conservancy of Kentucky welcomes a new Director of Operations. Cathy will divide her time between the Kentucky and Tennessee chapters.
For a second year in a row, LG&E and KU Energy awarded us with a Plant for the Planet Grant. Matched dollar for dollar by the Conservancy, the grant provides $5,000 for planting 12,000 native trees in the Kentucky River Palisades.
Share your love of nature during April - in honor of Earth Month!
There is never a "bad time" to pay a visit to the Kentucky River Palisades and this slideshow proves it!
See a slideshow tour of this evolving nature preserve and environmental education center.
Campbellsville University recognizes the Conservancy's great work on the Green River in this video.
Thanks to your support, we're conserving nature in Kentucky.
Learn more about the conservation advancements made on the great rivers of the world as a result of the Great Rivers Partnership.