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Oldham County added 62-acres of permanently protected working agricultural land and natural wetland.
Oct 04, 2023
A celebratory evening that recognized Nana Lampton and Bob Griffith as champions and supporters of land conservation in Kentucky.
Apr 20, 2023
After decades of effort, the Dominican Sisters of Peace donated the development rights of the entire 605-acre St. Catharine Farm, outside Springfield, KY, to a protective easement, where it will remain unspoiled forever.
Mar 13, 2023
The Sisters of Loretto conserved more than 650 acres of their Loretto Motherhouse property in Nerinx, KY through a donated conservation easement.
Jan 18, 2023
Historic Henton Farm is protected with a conservation easement on 325 acres of prime farmland in Woodford County!
Aug 01, 2022
Apr
11
Apr
11

Celebrate over 33,000 acres of land protected with BLC!

You’ll party in style to the tunes of Electria Strings, chow on delicious small bites from Chef Ouita Michel, enjoy tales from Bill Samuels, and support BLC with awesome auctioneers Terrance Collier and Field Ladd.

We’ll send out teasers of auction items leading up to the event, so sign-up for our eNews to receive all the auction and event updates today! 

5:30 pm 
Fasig-Tipton
Apr
25
Apr
25

The Conservation Awards recognize people outside BLC for their important work in land conservation.

This year’s Kentucky Land Conservationist Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is Lendy Brown, who has dedicated herself to promoting Kentucky’s rich heritage by serving on numerous boards that protect and educate on the unique qualities of our Commonwealth, including the visual, economic, and historic impact of the Thoroughbred industry. 

Kurt Mason, the 2024 Mary Louise Allen Award recipient, is a former Urban Conservationist for Kentucky and widely respected for his work in natural resource management where he focused on connecting people and communities with opportunities to address natural resource issues on agricultural, suburban, and urban landscapes.

We are proud to honor their significant impact throughout the commonwealth!   

5:30 pm 
Locust Grove

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