Public meeting on February 13th to share concerns about Greenwood project
Kentucky Heartwood is hosting a public forum on Saturday, February 13th to share information and concerns about U.S. Forest Service plans to log over 3,000 acres of the Daniel Boone National Forest in McCreary and Pulaski Counties as part of the Greenwood Vegetation Management Project. The project also includes over 200 acres of herbicide spraying and 10,000 acres of prescribed fire. The meeting will be held at the McCreary County Public Library from 1 to 3 pm, and is open to the public. The McCreary County Public Library is located at #6 North Main Street in Whitley City. For more information call Kentucky Heartwood at (859) 334-0602 or email email@example.com.
Good News from Land Between the Lakes!
Our friends at the Coalition for the Preservation of Land Between the Lakes have posted an update from Lyon County Judge Executive Wade White about the withdrawal of the Pisgah Bay Project (and over 4,000 acres of logging) and the progress on trails, campgrounds, and overall relations with the Forest Service. There is much to celebrate, and still much to do!
LBL Draft Scenery Management Plan withdrawn! Thank you to everyone who sent in comments!
The Little Egypt Heritage Trail
An alternative vision for a remarkable forest
Click here to learn more about our proposal to develop a hiking and equestrian trail system that promotes the cultural and natural history of Rockcastle County.
The View from Lick Creek