Newsletters

2018 Fall-Winter Newsletter

“To every man and woman driving a tractor on a family farm today, thank you. You may be an endangered species, but you remain the heartbeat of this nation.”– Julia L. Fields, Annewood Farms

Bicentennial Farm in Oldham County Protected

BLC Announces “Land Conservationist of the Year” Award

New Corporate Partners Program Launched

2017 Summer-Fall Newsletter

“Bluegrass Land Conservancy is excited to be working on 18 active projects, consisting of 2,704 acres, in eight counties across our 23-county service area.”– W. Austin Musselman, Jr., Vice-Chair, Bluegrass Land Conservancy

Donna and Jim Ludwig permanently protected their Henry County Farm

Friends of BLC and Woodford Forward Have Fun on the Farm

Education & Outreach Spotlight on Healthy Waterways

2017 Winter-Spring Newsletter

Bluegrass Conservancy, of Lexington, and Limestone Land Trust, of Louisville, merged to create Bluegrass Land Conservancy, the largest regional, accredited land trust in Kentucky.

Together, We Are Stronger: Merger of Bluegrass Conservancy and Limestone Land Trust

Conservation Spotlight: Taylor Farms, Woodford County

Clay Hancock in Memoriam

2016 Newsletter/Annual Report

“When you get kids in the creek and show them just how much life there is in our waterways, there is this moment of excitement.”– Katie McKone, Kentucky Division of Water

Briarbrooke Farm: Lead by example and preserve the land

Year in Review

Elkhorn Creek as Classroom!

BGC 2015 Newsletter & Annual Report

“If you take care of the land, the land will take care of you…”– Arthur Hancock, Stone Farm

Stone Farm: Our love of the land will be protected forever

R.J. Corman: Bluegrass conserved for generations

Together, making conservation last

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