Floracliff Nature Sanctuary, located just south of Lexington, teems with biodiversity.
On June 2, Energy and Environment Cabinet and Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves personnel hiked a portion of the 346-acre nonprofit nature preserve.
The endangered Monarch butterfly, as well as other crucial pollinators, may be looking at a brighter future thanks to a joint initiative by the Office of Kentucky Nature Preserves and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Story and photos by Kirsten Delamarter The land in rural Henry County had everything that Eugene Lacefield was looking for. It was an interesting plot complete with woods, hills and hollows, the last farm on a dead-end road. So, he and his wife Mary Margaret Lowe purchased the […]