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.
The Nature Conservancy and partners make progress in returning portions of the Green River to a more natural flow.
This spring, your gift to The Nature Conservancy’s Kentucky Chapter will be doubled, up to $60,000, thanks to the generosity of our Trustee Emeritus, Tom Dupree.
Our Fire Strike Team member, Nick Grybauskas, weighs in on what happens when fire and science come together in the name of conserving nature.
It isn't difficult to find every color of the rainbow—and then some—out in nature this time of year. Kentucky wildflowers are in bloom!
We asked our staff, “How do you resolve to advance the Conservancy's mission in Kentucky during 2017?” They were ready with answers.
See what happens when we're not looking!
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.
- March 30, 2017
- Green River Lock and Dam 6 Under Demolition
- March 28, 2017
- Green River dam removal helps wildlife, safety, communities.
- August 05, 2016
- Land purchases to help bats in Eastern Ky.