KCC Annual Meeting and Legislative Summit, Saturday, January 21, 2017 at Bellarmine University

Registration HERE

Join us for the Kentucky Conservation Committee’s Annual Meeting, featuring detailed information for conservation audiences on the 2017 Legislative Session. We will have lots of great guests, including our legislative agents who will be on hand to answer your questions, as well as our friends at the Kentucky Resources Council and more…. plus special keynote session from Judge Phillip Shepherd!  Details HERE

KCC Board Candidates: Members in good standing will be sent a ballot to vote for this year’s slate. Candidate statements can be found HERE and ballots may be returned via mail or in-person at the Annual Meeting. Ballots are due by noon on January 21, 2017.

2017 Legislative Session

Need to know the members of the 2017 Assembly? Click here for a list of legislators, including freshmen. More information on the legislative session, including committee information  HERE.

2017 Bill Information:

Link to House bills and KCC positions HERE
Link to Senate bills and KCC positions HERE

Legislative Updates

Please contact your legislator or legislative committees regarding bills at
1-800-372-7181 (OR you can also Email your legislator via the Legislative Research Commission website at http://www.lrc.ky.gov)

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Energy and Efficiency Opportunities in Frankfort

Frankfort's-Energy-Future--Report-FINAL--8-8-16-1A report released by EnvisionFranklinCounty explores the benefits of energy efficiency and renewable energy to the Frankfort Plant Board (FPB), their customers, and the local community. These benefits include protecting customers from rising electricity rates and helping them to reduce their bills; reducing the risks from being heavily dependent on coal power; lowering the FPB’s demand charges and extending the life of utility infrastructure; and generating local investment and economic development.

The Kentucky Conservation Foundation  helped Envision members to fund a follow-up study by Synapse Energy Economics to learn more about the impacts of current decisions for power purchasing. You may find the details of that NEW research on the Foundation’s website HERE.

Download our full Legislative Session Reviews from 2016 and 2015.


The Kentucky Conservation Committee has been a
trusted voice of the public in Kentucky’s capital for over forty years, effectively advocating for the protection, restoration and sustainable use of Kentucky’s natural resources.

KCC monitors the Kentucky’s  legislature year-round as a responsible steward of the Commonwealth’s land, air, water, and biota. We work to help Kentuckians understand that the health of their families, communities and economy depends on the conservation of these resources.