The Division of Abandoned Mine Lands facilitated cleanup efforts after a landslide blocked access to a Clay County family’s property.
Every day, the DEPS laboratory and its scientists determine the composition of pollution in Kentucky. Learn more about the facility, which plays a vital role in Kentucky’s environmental health.
Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a new and concerning malady that has thrown Kentucky’s Forest Health a double-punch: the impact of late-season hard freeze on trees and vegetation. The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet’s Division of Forestry has been monitoring the damage, and it appears to be statewide in scope.