The Greatest Transfer of Land Since the King's Grants Is Underway: What Are Resource Professionals to Do?
Learn how you can use the Generation NEXT Program to help the woodland owners you work with start the legacy planning process to keep their land intact, in forest, and in family. To help landowners with the legacy planning process, the Virginia Department of Forestry and Virginia Cooperative Extension partnered to form the Generation NEXT Program. Learn more here...
The water quality standards protect Kentucky waterways by setting limits on pollutants and by limiting the types of developments and pollution allowed in some “exceptional” waters. This year, as they do every three years (triennial), the Kentucky Division of Water is updating those standards to make them more current. KWA always prepares detailed comments and submits them to the Division of Water and we will share our comments with our members and supporters when they are complete. You can comment any time up until September 30, 2021 and we hope you will let the state know that you want standards that are based in science and that will lead to healthier waterways for people and wildlife.
How to comment:
Join us for the Virtual Wild & Scenic Red RiverFest for Tuesdays in July and August at 6pm on Zoom hosted by Kentucky Waterway Alliance/KWA’s Red River Watershed Coordinator, Laura Gregory. This is a free, family-friendly event. Register for this free event online https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-wild-scenic-red-riverfest-tickets-161932846503?fbclid=IwAR3QNEJHb5bpBZ8sj199qGpFzjaZXBnuIATHOeXlMcYb6fZTiqdXDj74E4M .