Ending mountaintop removal and destructive coal technologies, and supporting a sustainable, just economy in Appalachia.
Fighting for Justice in the Coalfields.
An independent organizations not currently associated with the National Audubon Society.
Improving and protecting Banklick Creek and its many tributaries
People who like birds, enjoy watching them, and want to keep in touch with others who also enjoy the sport.
Working to protect the Inner Bluegrass Region of Kentucky through land conservation for future generations
Preserving the recreational, natural, scenic, historical, and cultural resources of Boone County
Preserving our lands for future generations.
A chapter of the National Audubon Society, based in Lexington
A chapter of the National Audubon Society, based in Owensboro
Healthy People Healthy Planet
Protecting and conserving the natural areas that contribute to the vitality and unique character of Fort Thomas.
Connecting people with nature through birding education and the conservation of wildlife habitat.
Dedicated to the protection and promotion of our state’s biodiversity and natural areas
Dedicated to improving the aquatic habitat and water quality of our neighborhood watershed
Striving to preserve natural and historical lands in Kenton County
Promoting excellence in environmental education
Because the Earth needs a Friend in Frankfort
Interpreting and conserving biological and cultural resources through education, research, habitat enhancement and citizenship participation.
Dedicated to sustainability, safeguarding human health, promoting environmental justice, and preserving ecological systems
Dedicated to the health and well-being of Kentucky's native forests
A non-profit reptile and amphibian hobbyist group
Promoting education about, appreciation for, and conservation of our native flora
Creating and increasing interest in birds in Kentucky
Working with local organizations to develop greenways and trails
Kentucky's only environmental advocacy organization offering legal and strategic assistance without charge
Promoting the study of nature and the natural sciences
Protecting and Restoring Kentucky's Waterways
Building an interconnected urban trail through the Licking River cooridor
Conserving and restoring natural ecosystems, focusing on birds
Organizations and individuals committed to fighting global climate change.
Protecting the Bluegrass State
The River Connects Us All
Discover and enjoy Kentucky's long trail
Serving over 5,000 members across Kentucky
Promotes projects and programs to educate the citizenry and move people to action.