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This year we celebrate 40 years of safeguarding Kentucky nature. But conserving the Bluegrass state reaches back farther than four decades, beginning with Thunderstruck Shoals.
In third grade, Sallie Carter learned to build a bluebird house which still adorns her parents' yard. She hopes to inspire others in the same way as the Kentucky Chapter's new Philanthropy Program Specialist.
In the latest installment of our Kentucky Nature Lover blog, state director David Phemister shares insights from a visit with partners and projects in Western Kentucky.
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.
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