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.
Kentucky Foresters Aid Firefighting Efforts in Texas Read the story here. UST Branch “Soil Mixing” Read the story here. Frankfort Centralized Lab Read the story here. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Read the story here. Kentucky’s Champion Trees 2019 Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment Streamside Field Days, Fall […]
By Carrie Searcy Office of the Secretary Across the Commonwealth there is an abundance of sites that are either funded, in partnership or controlled by the Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission (KSNPC) and available to the public for hiking and enjoying nature. The sites listed below are funded […]