August 6, 2016
Silent Auction at 6:30 pm,
Film Showings begin at 7:00 pm

KCC Will be hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival
Saturday, August 6th at the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort. Come for two hours of exciting outdoor adventure short films, guest speakers, and silent auction sponsored by the Ky. Conservation Foundation. One-Dozen short films for one low price!

Reserve your tickets now, HERE!
Details HERE

2016 Bill Information:
Link to House  positions HERE.
Link to Senate  positions HERE.
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Partial Funding Restored to Heritage Land Conservation Fund

  • Thanks to all who came out on March 2 to talk to their legislators on land conservation, which helped significantly in convincing the House to add back $2.5 million per year ($5 million total) of the $5 million per year ($10 million total) swept from the Heritage Land Conservation Fund.
  • Nearly 40 organizations have signed on to a coalition statement to restore the funding for land conservation. See statement HERE.
  • The final budget that was submitted to the Governor included the partial restoration of the Heritage funds.

(info here)

Read the latest commentary on the
General Assembly through our blog, the KCC Guardian


Learn more about conservation issues important to Kentucky HERE.


Download our full 2016 Legislative Session Review- Click Here


Download our full 2015 Legislative Session Review- Click Here


Pope Francis Encyclical on Climate Change HERE


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)

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.

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