Nature Conservancy preserves are managed to protect fragile resources — native species and plant communities. Members and volunteers of The Nature Conservancy enjoy regularly scheduled field trips and work days to most preserves. Other interested visitors need to call the Kentucky Field Office at (859) 259-9655 for more information.
Access to some areas is restricted based upon the rarity or sensitivity of what is being protected. Detailed directions, maps and site descriptions are available when permission to visit has been granted.
We ask you to prepare for your visit and take proper precautions while on site.
To get the most from your visit, and to protect yourself from the elements, you may want to include the following items in your backpack:
The following activities are permitted on Conservancy preserves:
Please help us protect our preserves by strictly avoiding the following activities while visiting:
Please do not trespass on private property adjacent to Conservancy preserves. Property lines are clearly marked with boundary signs featuring the Conservancy's logo.
For more information, please contact the Kentucky Field Office at:
642 West Main Street
Lexington, KY 40508
Phone: (859) 259-9655
Fax: (859) 259-9678