As you may have heard by now, the Forest Service has agreed to withdraw the Crooked Creek Project, and to not log or use herbicides in Climax, Little Egypt, or the several other parcels of the Daniel Boone included in the project. The Forest Service has indicated that they are still interested in non-commercial thinning of the old clearcuts, something which we strongly support. So far they…
Protect and restore the integrity, stability, and beauty of Kentucky’s native forests and biotic…Read More
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Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come to Kentucky Heartwood council meetings!
The next council meeting will be Tuesday, October 18 at 7:00 PM at the Good Foods Co-op in Lexington.
Or join us via Skype, a free program, and to use it all you need is a computer with a microphone, speaker, and…Read More
Artists Galore at Al's Bar for Save Climax and Little Egypt Fundraiser
Thursday, June 9, 7:00pm. Al's Bar 601 North Limestone Street, Lexington, KY
The all-volunteer lineup keeps growing! Music by Patterns, the Swells, and Jerry Moody. Art by Red Lotus Henna. Poetry by Eric Sutherland (Holler Poets…Read More
The next council meeting will take place Wednesday, May 18th at the Good Foods Co-op in Lexington.
People interested in becoming more active in Kentucky Heartwood are welcome to join us at our monthly council meetings. If you come, be prepared for an information packed meeting and many…Read More