Staff and friends of The Nature Conservancy head out to explore nature in Kentucky and share their stories.
One of The Nature Conservancy’s goals is to help people connect with nature. Whether by participating in one of our public events or by visiting a preserve, we encourage you to get out there and explore nature!
We hope the adventures featured on this page leave you feeling inspired to get outside and reconnect with the lands, waters and wildlife we all treasure.
Our own Zach Pickett provides a play-by-play of how he monitors the Conservancy's conservation easements in Kentucky . . . from the sky.
Acquiring conservation lands from the Conservancy helped Matt Lloyd realize a lifelong dream while preserving a slice of nature for his three young sons.
The Nature Conservancy's western Kentucky project director, Shelly Morris, reflects on Saturdays spent outdoors with her twins.
The Kentucky Chapter dedicated a day to get out of the office and into the woods to get up-close-and-personal with nature.
What does a Director of Protection do for The Nature Conservancy?
The Dupree Nature Preserve welcomed more than 250 elementary school students eager to learn about the area's natural and geologic history.
The Kentucky's Green River Project Director, Mike Hensley, reflects upon memories of an outdoor childhood