Sponsor Benefits

Position your business before an engaged and community minded audience and join us in celebrating those who are making a major difference in protecting farmland here in the Bluegrass region.

 

18th Annual Farmland Conservation Celebration and Auction

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Doors open at 5:30pm

Fasig-Tipton, Lexington, Kentucky

 

Kentucky has so much to offer, especially among our marquee Bluegrass region industries like agriculture, bourbon, and horses. But without the natural, world-renowned landscape of the Bluegrass, we would lose our factory floor and our identity – subsequently, these signature industries we pride ourselves on would suffer.

To date, Bluegrass Conservancy has protected 27,033 acres of local farmland. Your sponsorship will allow us to conserve and steward more land, while providing free educational programs and outreach to the community about land conservation and the value there is for all in protecting our irreplaceable natural and cultural resources for generations to come.

For inquiries on this event contact Lauren Hardesty, (859)255-4552 or lhardesty@bluegrassconservancy.org

2018 Bluegrass Land Conservancy Auction Sponsorship Form 

 

Bluegrass Land Conservancy Board of Directors

Helen Alexander, Chair
W. Austin Musselman, Jr., Vice-Chair
Michael Burns, Secretary
Michael Potapov, Treasurer

Brutus Clay
Robert Clay
John S. Egan
Luke Fallon
Peek Garlington III
Margaret Graves
Boo Hardy
Libby Jones
Betty Kenan
Mary M. Lowry
Natalie H. Lyster
Boyce F. Martin III
Connie Jo Miller
Maegan F. Nicholson
Steve Ragan
Nancy S. Theiss
Miriam N. Tinnell
Joel B. Turner
Katie Martin, Ex-Officio

Ned Bonnie, Emeritus Board Member
Nina Bonnie, Emeritus Board Member
Laura Lee Brown, Emeritus Board Member
Lendy Brown, Emeritus Board Member
Laurel Catto, Emeritus Board Member
Hoppy Henton, Emeritus Board Member
Steve Wilson, Emeritus Board Member

barn with pond

James Archambeault

 

 


Supporting Bluegrass Land Conservancy

“We need places like this in the future. Each community will need a bit of quiet open space to treasure and a place to grow our food. Our kids will always have a place that they can look to, and know that their legacy is part of the community.”

Jim Kane
Conservation Easement Donor
Bourbon County