Conserving nature to ensure Kentuckians have clean air and water, healthy soils and open spaces to enjoy forever.
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Learn about our most recent accomplishments in the latest issue of our Kentucky Field Notes newsletter.
A new land purchase near Sinking Creek means clean waters for mussels and healthy forest habitat for (eek!) bats in this important natural area.
Fall is here! To mark the occasion, we give you a list of our favorite places for an autumn hike in the Bluegrass State. Enjoy!
See what's in store for students from Fern Creek Traditional High School in Louisville, the newest partner in our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program!
Two events, organized over the summer, succeeded in promoting a cleaner and healthier Green River. Take a look at this slideshow illustrating the fun and meaningful work achieved at both events. Then, plan to join us next year!
The Forecastle Festival ignited our excitement for this new partnership aimed at ensuring the planet remains "naturally awesome" for future generations.
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.
This video montage reflects upon our Chapter's first four decades of conserving Kentucky nature.
Louisville students dedicate a day to the environment.
See the progress we're making thanks to the Mississippi River Basin Healthy Watersheds Initiative (MRBI).
- October 05, 2015
- Cathy Galante Promoted to Become Director of Philanthropy in Kentucky
- July 15, 2015
- Planning for the Future of our Planet Starts Today
- June 05, 2015
- Partnership with Forecastle Foundation Benefits Kentucky Nature