Hemlock, beech and several species of oak make up the more than 2,300 acres of old-growth forest in Blanton Forest State Nature Preserve. It’s one of the largest old-growth tracts in the United States and the largest in Kentucky.
Read more about this new video series made in partnership with the Kentucky Division of Water’s Nonpoint Source and Basin Team highlights the value of restoring native vegetation along Kentucky’s waterways.
Kentucky produces 95 percent of the world’s bourbon and what we do with the spent grain byproduct is important for protecting our environment. Read more about what innovating teams are proposing.