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Kentucky State Director weighs in on wildfire disaster funding

Courier-Journal
November 24, 2017


$14.5M Louisville study hopes to plant trees, reduce heart disease.

WDRB.com
November 03, 2017


Behind the Scenes: Filming Bats

CBS Sunday Morning
October 29, 2017


How Bourbon and Big Data Are Cleaning Up Louisville

Politico
November 16, 2017


A research project in Louisville is spending $14.5 million to plant 8,000 trees in hopes of improving cardiovascular health.

Mashable
October 27, 2017


Do trees make you healthier? 4 South Louisville neighborhoods are part of an experiment to find out.

Courier-Journal
October 26, 2017


Spotlight on Pine Creek Barrens Preserve

The Local Life on WCHQ 100.9FM
October 21, 2017


After 26 years, Louisville-area nature preserve with extremely rare plants opens to public.

Courier-Journal
October 07, 2017


Edmonson Water district gets grant to help with sediment problem

Bowling Green Daily News
Rivers & Lakes
August 08, 2017


Green River Lock and Dam 6 Under Demolition

ABC 13 WBKO
March 30, 2017


Green River dam removal helps wildlife, safety, communities

Bowling Green Daily News
March 28, 2017


Louisville's Faith-based Plan to Fight Urban Heat

CityLab
February 13, 2017


Conservation Conversations

The Sebree Banner
August 10, 2016


Land purchases to help bats in Eastern Ky.

Courier-Journal
August 05, 2016


Multi-state Fire Strike Team Grant Awarded to KDFWR and Partners

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commissioner's Newsletter
July 28, 2016


Urban High School Students Get a Taste of Life on Carpenter Ranch

Steamboat Today
July 14, 2016


Here's a chance to canoe, clean up the Green River

Courier-Journal
May 11, 2016


GLI Opposes "Regulatory" Approach to Trees

Courier-Journal
May 05, 2016


Leadership Louisville Selects Members of Next Bingham Fellows Class

Louisville Business First
January 22, 2015


Bourbon, Bipartisanship and the Benefits of Nature

The Hill
November 15, 2014


Woodford Reserve Restores Habitat Along Glen's Creek

WKYT
November 04, 2014


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and The Nature Conservancy Sign Green River Watershed Agreement

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
March 06, 2013


Hayley Lynch

Communications and Marketing Manager

Louisville, Kentucky
(502) 742-4521 x 3014 (office)
(502) 226-0140 (mobile)


hayley.lynch@tnc.org



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