October 26, 2017
Five-year urban laboratory investigation will measure the power of trees as a public health strategy. Learn More
September 06, 2017
October 15, 2015
The Nature Conservancy to serve as lead partner in critical watershed protection project. Learn More
July 15, 2015
The Nature Conservancy sends youth to help local organizations advance urban conservation projects in Louisville. Learn More
AMERICA’S WATERSHED INITIATIVE RELEASES FIRST EVER REPORT CARD FOR THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND SUB-BASINS
October 14, 2015
Low grades challenge leaders to seek opportunities for improvement. Learn More
November 24, 2017
Nature lovers are encouraged to support a bill that could protect U.S. Forest Service from budget-draining wildfires.
November 03, 2017
All eyes are on Louisville as this landmark study, partially funded by The Nature Conservancy, embarks on a five-year journey to examine how the presence of trees and other green spaces affect human health.
CBS Sunday Morning
October 29, 2017
Videographer Carl Mrozek visits Kentucky to check in on bats not (yet) affected the deadly white nosed syndrome.
November 16, 2017
The Ohio River city has a reputation for fine whiskey and some of the nation’s worst air pollution. Its mayor is making a case to fix that.
A research project in Louisville is spending $14.5 million to plant 8,000 trees in hopes of improving cardiovascular health.
October 27, 2017
Healthcare doesn’t grow on trees — except perhaps in Louisville, where a $14.5 million research project is testing out that very theory on its residents.
Do trees make you healthier? 4 South Louisville neighborhoods are part of an experiment to find out.
October 26, 2017
South Louisville to get thousands of new trees to intercept air pollution, with researchers looking into how people's health responds.
The Local Life on WCHQ 100.9FM
October 21, 2017
Tune in to 32:41 of a radio spot where The Nature Conservancy's Communications and Marketing Manager, Hayley Lynch, talks about the Pine Creek Barrens Preserve located just outside of Louisville.
October 07, 2017
Closure of preserve proved detrimental to ecology, Nature Conservancy concludes.
Bowling Green Daily News
Rivers & Lakes
August 08, 2017
The Nature Conservancy steps in with $10,000 grant to assist Edmonson County Water District with sediment after breach and removal of Green River Lock and Dam #6.
ABC 13 WBKO
March 30, 2017
The Green River lock and dam #6 is being removed after 65 years of dormancy.
Bowling Green Daily News
March 28, 2017
The Nature Conservancy weighs in on benefits that will be realized after removal of Dam 6.
February 13, 2017
In the country’s fastest-warming urban heat island, places of worship are banding together to cool down.
The Sebree Banner
August 10, 2016
Our own Rachel Martin contributes an occasional column.
August 05, 2016
The Conservancy's land protection efforts benefit key species.
Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commissioner's Newsletter
July 28, 2016
A partner newsletter highlights exciting news for conservation in Kentucky!
July 14, 2016
Students from Louisville's Fern Creek High School make the news in Colorado.
May 11, 2016
The Nature Conservancy and partners prepare to clean the Green.
May 05, 2016
Our Director of Urban Conservation, Chris Chandler, weighs in on protecting the city's tree canopy.
October 22, 2015
Louisville Business First
January 22, 2015
The Nature Conservancy's Kentucky Chapter is proud to announce that our Director of Philanthropy, Cadell Walker, has been chosen as a member of the 2015 Bingham Fellows Class. Bingham Fellows is an advanced leadership program of the Leadership Louisville Center.
November 15, 2014
The Nature Conservancy is mentioned in an informative article illustrating how bi-partisan support of nature can benefit humans and business.
November 04, 2014
This television clip previews an exciting new partnership between The Nature Conservancy and the Woodford Reserve Distillery.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
March 06, 2013
On March 6, the Louisville District Commander Col. Luke Leonard and Terry Cook, State Director of The Nature Conservancy, signed a Cost Share Agreement for the Green River Watershed Assessment, which will result in the identification of comprehensive strategies for addressing problems in the basin, as well as protecting this resource. The assessment focuses on two areas for improvement: Water Quality and Quantity and Community Education and Outreach.
Find out more about this important partnership