the Division of Oil and Gas (DOG) had identified and overseen the plugging of 18 wells on a wildlife area that had been closed to the public.
Due to this, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will soon make available for public recreation more than 500 acres in the Rockcastle River Wildlife Management Area (WMA).
The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet’s (EEC) Office of Energy Policy (OEP) has formed the Hydrogen Work Group to take advantage of the U.S. Department of Energy’s $8 billion program to build a country-wide network of regional hydrogen hubs.
By Johnna McHugh Division of Conservation Grazing management was the theme as students from across the Commonwealth converged to compete in this year’s state-wide Envirothon, a competition that tested their knowledge of soils, forestry, aquatics, wildlife ecology and a current environmental issue affecting Kentucky. The contest placed 10 […]